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In this issue, we bring you a comprehensive overview on anti-trust and competition law authored by Ian Forrester QC, whilst Perdana Saputro of Melli Darsa highlights the strengths and weaknesses of Indonesia’s competition regime. Chew Phye Keat of Raja Darryl & Loh contemplates the effectiveness of the Malaysian Competition Act 2012 and Dr. Tuan of LCT Lawyers gives us a fascinating look through the key-hole into the regulatory world of Vietnam’s anti-trust framework. ASIAN-MENA COUNSEL also speaks to Vivian Mak, Director and Head of Litigation, APAC, The Royal Bank of Scotland and through her eyes we see the changing tapestry of a litigator’s role at the Bank, in our In-House Insight feature.

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