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Competition Policy

Competition Policy

Competition Policy

Regulatory barriers, pervasive rent-seeking behavior, and other impediments to trade threaten the competitiveness of Mozambique’s economy. The reports below examine how competition policy could be used to promote private sector growth in Mozambique.

Links

A Competition Policy for Mozambique (Report & Assessment) Rodrigues 2004

Competition Policy - Legal Aspects (Levy 2004)

CUTS International Competition Policy Resources for Mozambique

Competition Policy - Performance of CP in Other Countries (Final - Rodrigues 2005)

Mozambique Competition Policy Presentation (Yves Speeckaert BizClim)

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