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Competition Second Amendment Act, No. 39 of 2000
To amend the Competition Act, 1998, so as to define certain expressions, to amend certain definitions and to delete a definition; to further regulate the prohibition of restrictive horizontal practices; to allow for more frequent determination of the thresholds for the application of the said Act; to further regulate certain exemptions; to make fresh provision for merger control; to further regulate the functions of the Competition Tribunal; to provide expressly that the Commissioner is the accounting authority of the Competition Commission for purposes of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999; to further regulate investigation and adjudication procedures and enforcement of decisions, judgments and orders of the Competition Commission, Competition Tribunal and Competition Appeal Court; to regulate the relationship between the Competition Commission and other agencies and to provide for concurrent jurisdiction; and to effect certain consequential amendments; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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