Competition Policy and the Regulation of Business
City University of Hong Kong Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Antitrust law - 265 pages
Hong Kong is known for good financial services, public utilities and other services. But are Hong Kong's key economic sectors sufficiently competitive? This book analyzes the situation of competition and regulation in ten industries and business sectors.
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Competition and Regulation
Existing Firms and New Entrants
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agreement anti-competitive argument average banks barriers of entry barristers behaviour bus companies capital Chapter charges competition law competition policy Consumer Council contestable markets corporations Cross-Harbour Tunnel demand deregulation economic efficiency Economic Services Bureau economies of scale electricity companies electricity industry electricity supply entrants fixed assets franchise FTNS fund government's HACTL HEC and CLP Herfindahl index HKMA HKTC HKTC's HKTI Hong Kong dollar Hong Kong government Hong Kong Island increase incumbent firms innovation interest rate investment KCRC Kong's land Law Society license marginal cost market liberalization market share market structure ment monopoly MTRC non-local lawyers operators Ordinance Park'N Park'N Shop permitted rate permitted returns practices profits property development public bus service rate of return regulated firms regulatory Report residential property result scale fees schemes of control solicitors supermarket chains suppliers tariffs telephone services tolls tunnel U.S. dollar