PRESS RELEASE 010-2020 27 June 2020   PCC streamlines procedure for review of unsolicited PPP projects The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has released yesterday the streamlined procedure in reviewing joint ventures formed for unsolicited Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects. In PCC Memorandum Circular No. 20-002, the PCC provided guidelines in exempting from compulsory merger notification unsolicited PPP projects… continue reading ››

PRESS RELEASE 009-2020 26 June 2020   PCC issues rules exempting public-private JVs from compulsory merger notification   The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has issued a circular exempting from compulsory merger notification joint venture (JV) projects between government agencies and private entities pursued under the framework of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) JV… continue reading ››

  Commission Resolution No. 013-2020: Approving and Adopting the PCC Memorandum Circular on the Process for Exemption from Compulsory Notification of Joint Venture (JV) Agreements Entered into Pursuant to the “Guidelines and Procedures for Entering Into JV Agreements Between Government and Private Entities” Issued by the National Economic and Development Authority, Otherwise Known as PCC… continue reading ››

PCC Memorandum Circular 20-001 Process for Exemption from Compulsory Notification of Joint Venture Agreements Entered Into Pursuant to ‘Guidelines and Procedures for Entering into JV Agreements Between Government and Private Entities’ Issued by the National Economic Development Authority    

Commission Resolution No. 012-2020: Extending the Effectivity During the General Community Quarantine of the ‘Interim Guidelines on the Operations of the Mergers and Acquisitions Office During the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine’   Navigate to this page to: View MAO’s Interim Guidelines During the Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine Request Access to MAO’s E-Notification System, for filing of… continue reading ››

  PRESS RELEASE 008-2020 27 May 2020 PCC pushes program for ‘competition agenda’ in House   The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) continues to push the competition agenda in Congress, this time through a program meant to train legislative staff of the House of Representatives on competition law and policy. In partnership with the Office of… continue reading ››