PRESS RELEASE 2017-012 April 19, 2017 PCC asks SC to lift CA injunction blocking review of P69.1-B telco deal The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) filed a petition before the Supreme Court on Tuesday to annul the writ of preliminary injunction issued by the Court of Appeals 12th Division restraining PCC’s review of continue reading : PCC asks SC to lift CA injunction blocking review of P69.1-B telco deal
PRESS RELEASE 2017-011 April 11, 2017 The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has approved NTJ Holdings 1 Inc.’s acquisition of NEC Tokin Electronics (Philippines) Inc. on April 10. NTJ Holdings 1, Inc. acquired Volt Business, the electromechanical business of Kemet Corporation. Volt Business deals with the manufacturing and selling of power relays and signal relays, as continue reading : PCC approves NTJ Holdings 1 Inc.’s acquisition of NEC Tokin Electronics (Philippines) Inc.
PRESS RELEASE 2017-010 April 5, 2017 The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) supports the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in deregulating prices as they monitor price movements regularly. “For the longest time, the DTI through the National Price Coordinating Council has been setting prices that guide both consumers and suppliers. But now that we continue reading : PCC: Let market forces dictate prices, not SRPs
PRESS RELEASE 2017-009 March 30, 2017 The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) supports the National Broadband Plan (NBP) and is recommending some measures to make it more effective including imposing higher penalties on erring telco players and removing government regulations that restrict healthy competition in the industry. The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) continue reading : PCC recommends policy reforms for National Broadband Plan
PRESS RELEASE 2017-008 March 21, 2017 The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC), the country’s anti-trust body, organizes a series of public fora for groups representing consumers and businesses to learn about the Philippine Competition Act (PCA). Each public forum invites consumer groups, trade and business associations, micro-small-medium businesses, civil society organizations, and members of the continue reading : PCC keeps consumer and business groups abreast on competition law