The Philippine Competition Commission is relocating to a new business address.
Beginning June 4, the PCC will receive, transmit, and carry out all its business transactions, services, and representations at:
25/F Tower 1, Vertis North Corporate Center,
North Avenue, Quezon City 1105
PCC’s old contact details will expire on June 1. Our new contact numbers will be announced shortly after the move. All correspondences will be received at the following email addresses:
For more updates, you may check our official Facebook page at Facebook.com/CompetitionPH.
PRESS RELEASES AND OFFICIAL STATEMENTS
PCC strengthens partnership with DOJ, Ombudsman in push to crack down on cartels, white collar crimes
PRESS RELEASE 2018-010 13 June 2018 PCC strengthens partnership with DOJ, Ombudsman in push to crack down on cartels, white collar crimes The Philippine Competition Commission signed memoranda of agreement on Friday with the Office of the Ombudsman and the Department of Justice, respectively, towards a more harmonized approach to enforcement against continue reading : PCC strengthens partnership with DOJ, Ombudsman in push to crack down on cartels, white collar crimes
Acquisition by Grab Holdings, Inc. and MyTaxi.PH Inc., of Assets of Uber B.V. and Uber Systems, Inc. (M-2018-012)
PRESS RELEASE 2018-009 28 May 2018 PCC flags competition concerns in Grab-Uber transaction The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has flagged competition concerns in the market amid Grab’s takeover of its main rival Uber, citing price increases and service deterioration in the merged ride-hailing app. In its Statement of Concerns (SOC) published today, the continue reading : PCC flags competition concerns in Grab-Uber transaction
PRESS STATEMENT 16 April 2018 For Immediate Release The motu proprio review of the Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) shall take its course in pursuit of its mandate. As the antitrust authority, our lens is always focused on the market—in this case, we are reviewing the potential effects on competition in the merger between Grab continue reading : Press Statement: Grab-Uber Motu Proprio Review
PRESS RELEASE 2018-008 7 April 2018 PCC orders Uber App to continue operations until review is complete The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has ordered ride-hailing service provider Uber to continue operating its app for the entire duration of its motu proprio review. The directive also puts Grab’s move to acquire its competitor to a continue reading : PCC orders Uber App to continue operations until review is complete
Policy Note No. 1:
Anti-Competitive Effects of
– The Case of the