This paper is a comparative study of the anti-competitive practices used by Korea and Japan. It analyzes their competition policies on their trade policies, and considers the growing interest in anti-competitive practices, particularly in service markets, and the criticism concentrated on these two countries. In this study, the term ‘anti-competitive practices’ includes private restrictive business practices and governmental regulations of such practices, which hamper the flow of trade and fair competition, and have been regarded as trade barriers.
Lee, Eun Sup
"Anti-Competitive Practices as Trade Barriers used by Korea and Japan: Focusing on Service and Investment Markets,"
Bond Law Review:
1, Article 5.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/blr/vol16/iss1/5