Abuse of Dominance

In today’s competitive landscape, many enterprises have emerged as dominant players within their respective markets. These dominant entities often cause fear amongst smaller enterprises due to their size and capacity to influence market conditions. While it is not unlawful for enterprises to become dominant, the Fair Trading Commission will intervene when these enterprises engage in any of the conducts or practices outlined in Section 125 of the Fair Trading Act 2022, to safeguard the competition process. Therefore, it is important for both enterprises and consumers alike to understand the different types of abuses that exist to assist the Fair Trading Commission in ensuring that all enterprises irrespective of their size have equal opportunity to compete in the market.

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