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Intellectual Property and Competition Policy in Japan

 Reiko Aoki
  17th-May-2017
Description: When restriction concerning the use of technologies results in excluding or controlling other firms’ business, this may be Private Monopolization (Article 2, Paragraph 5 of the AMA). Inhibiting the use of technology, limiting the scope of use of technology, imposing conditions for the use of technology, etc. When right holder’s conduct is likely to impede fair competition, even if it does not match the requirements of Private Monopolization, the conduct may be Unfair Trade Practices (Article 2, Paragraph 9 of the AMA).
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Domain: Business
Category: IP/Law
Contributing Organization: Bruegel
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NO COMPETITION, NO GROWTH

Tuesday, 14 March,2017, : BRUEGEL
Intellectual Property and Competition Policy in Europe and Japan

Intellectual Property and
Competition Policy
in Japan
Japan Fair Trade Commission
Commissioner
Reiko AOKI
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NO COMPETITION, NO GROWTH

Anti-Monopoly Act (AMA)
- 1947 (69years old)
- The 3rd competition law in the world
(after US and Canada)

- PURPOSE: “…..t ... See more

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