Cameroon (Aug, 1990)

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Score = 10

Governed by Loi n° 90/031 du 10 Août 1990 régissant l'activité commerciale au Cameroun.[1][2]

Category Subcategory Score Comment
Scope Extraterritoriality 0
Remedies Fines 1 Article 33 allows for fines for competition violations
Prison Sentences 0
Divestitures 0
Private Enforcement 3rd Party Initiation 1 Article 41 permits civil suits for damages.
Remedies Available to 3rd Parties 1 Article 41 permits civil suits for damages.
3rd Party Rights in Proceedings 0
Merger Notification Voluntary 0
Mandatory 0
Pre-merger 0
Post-merger 0
Merger Assessment Dominance 0
Restriction of Competition 0
Public Interest (Pro D) 0
Public Interest (Pro Authority) 0
Other 0
Efficiency 0
Dominance Limits Access 1 Article 16 prohibits limiting access.
Abusive Acts 1 Article 17 prohibits abuses by dominant firms.
Price Setting 0
Discriminatory Pricing 1 Article 13 prohibits discriminatory pricing.
Resale Price Maintenance 0
Obstacles to Entry 0
Efficiency Defense 0
Restrictive Trade Practices Price Fixing 1 Article 16 prohibits price fixing.
Tying 0
Market Division 0
Output Restraint 1 Article 16 prohibits output restraint.
Market Sharing 1 Article 16 prohibits market sharing
Eliminating Competitors 1 Article 16 prohibits restricting market access
Collusive Tendering/Bid-Rigging 0
Supply Refusal 0
Efficiency Defense 0

References

  1. statute available in French at http://www.spm.gov.cm/showtexte.php?idtexte=144&lang=en
  2. Google translation avaialable at http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.spm.gov.cm%2Fshowtexte.php%3Fidtexte%3D144%26lang%3Den&hl=en&ie=UTF8&sl=fr&tl=en