Prohibition of resale price maintenance in the Republic of South Africa

applications for exemption. by South Africa. Board of Trade and Industries.

Publisher: Republic of South Africa, Board of Trade and Industries in [Pretoria]

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SeriesReport -- no. 1262 (M), Report (South Africa. Board of Trade and Industries) -- 1262 (M)
LC ClassificationsKTL3235 .S68 1969
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Pagination3 v. ;
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Open LibraryOL16323166M

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  This chapter describes the law of resale price maintenance and vertical territorial restraints in the European Union and its development since the beginning of European Economic Community. It discusses it in connection with different factors that have influenced European Union Competition Law while analyzing and summarizing significant and selected European Union cases Author: Barbora Jedlicková. The South African Competition Act imposes an outright prohibition on minimum resale price maintenance, and even a first time offense is punishable by an administrative penalty of up to 10 percent of turnover. Restraints of trade and dominance in South Africa: overviewby Heather Irvine, Norton Rose Fulbright South AfricaRelated ContentA Q&A guide to restraints of trade and dominance in South Q&A is part of the global guide to restraints of trade. Areas covered include monopolies and abuses of market power, regulatory authorities and the regulatory framework, the scope of rules.   In December , the German Federal Cartel Office (FCO) concluded proceedings in relation to vertical price fixing (also referred to as resale price maintenance (RPM)) in the food retail sector. In one of its largest investigations ever the national antitrust regulator imposed fines on 27 companies of EUR million in total.

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If the tribunal establishes that a firm has contravened the Competition Act's prohibition of minimum resale price maintenance it may impose an administrative fine of up to 10% of that firm's total.

Minimum Resale Price Maintenance In South Africa: Rule of reason or per se prohibition. View/ Open. MDLULI (Mb) Date Author. Mdluli, Siphiwe K. Author: Siphiwe K. Mdluli. Minimum resale price maintenance (MRPM) is a device employed by a manufacturer to control its products after they are sold to retailers.

MRPM occurs when a manufacturing firm replaces vertical integration by market exchange to enhance : Alekaw Assefa Dargie.

Section 5(2) of the Competition Act contained a per se prohibition of Minimum Resale Price Maintenance (MRPM), which means that firms operating in South Africa may not set minimum prices at which its downstream customers/retailers are obliged to sell its products.

Resale Price Maintenance (hereinafter ‘RPM’) can be defined as the practice whereby a manufacturer and a distributor agree that the former will sell the latter’s products at certain prices.

RPM may take a variety of forms including fixed, minimum, maximum, or recommended resale prices. In File Size: KB. Republic of South Africa Updated 10 April resident or to another “connected” resident, the licensor is a non-taxable person and the licensee and resident connected persons in relation to the licensee own at least 20% shares in the licensor.

Controlled Foreign Companies (CFCs) - Where royalties are paid by a. Resale Price Maintenance The OECD Competition Committee debated the use of resale price maintenance for publications and cultural products in February This document includes an executive summary, an analytical note by Mr.

Gary Hewitt of the OECD and written submissions from. Abstract. Traditionally, in the German language area, the resale or end-sale price charged for new books in bookstores to the end customer has been a fixed or list price, observance of the list being enforced by the German Book Traders Association (Borsenverein des.

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Nelson Mandela, of harm; the prohibition in the Competition Act of resale price maintenance does not even require proof of dominance upstream, let alone the creation or maintenance of monopoly there, suggesting that harm to intra-brand competition or competition among resellers is a particularly egregious offence.

These differences within the Act and in the. University of the Western Cape. MODE II. Minimum Resale Price Maintenance In South Africa: Rule of reason or per se prohibition.

Mini thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the LLM degree in the Faculty of Law of the University of the Western Cape. By. “In South Africa, minimum resale price maintenance is a per se contravention of the Competition Act, meaning that it cannot be defended by demonstrating technological, efficiency or other pro-competitive gains that outweigh or off-set the anti-competitive effects,” says Dini.

The practice of minimum resale price maintenance. The second prohibition is mitigated by allowing suppliers to recommend a minimum resale price to their distributors if the supplier makes it clear that the recommendation is not binding and, where the product does have a price on it, by inserting the words “recommended price”.

of minimum resale price maintenance (‘RPM’) is sanctioned by a per se prohibition. Whilst section 5(3) of the Act permits s uppliers to recommend resale prices if certain conditions are. Corrections.

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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract. It is necessary to turn to an examination of the requirements for successfully sustaining a charge of resale price maintenance.

Resale Price Maintenance. The Commission alleges that Federal Mogul is in contravention of Section 5(2) of the Competition Act. Section 5(2) prohibits the practice of minimum resale price maintenance.

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This, of course, is the amount of money the. Yutai was fined by the Hainan Price Bureau for breaching Article 14 of the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law due to concluded (but not implemented in practice) agreements containing resale price maintenance clauses with its distributors between and (the “Relevant Agreements”).

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In MarchHampo, a Premier Milling subsidiary that had the Pentax camera agency in South Africa, was fined the princely sum of R for fixing the price of Author: Wendy Knowler. As was pointed out in the majority decision, unlike in the European Union where vertical price fixing is per se illegal, in the context of franchising, in South Africa and very recently the US,1 resale price maintenance is not prohibited per se, only minimum resale price maintenance.

Maximum resale price maintenance would be judged by the rule. Published version: ‘Resale Price Maintenance – The Need for Further Reform’ () 9 Trade Practices Law Journal Download PDF version.

Abstract. The Competition Policy Reform Act extended the resale price maintenance provisions of the Trade Practices Act to include services and provide for authorisation where the conduct can be shown to benefit the public such that it should. Price promotions by retailers for best-selling books, such as the most recent Harry Potter, often see the books priced at a significant discount to the publisher’s recommended resale price.

The Commerce Act Resale price maintenance 1/3 FACT SHEET JULY JULY FACT SHEET The Commerce Act Resale price maintenance Resale price maintenance occurs when a supplier of goods enforces, or tries to enforce, a minimum price at which the reseller must on-sell those goods.

A reseller may be a distributor or a retailer. In South Africa’s past, the laws affecting insider trading became increasingly inadequate as the economy grew in sophistication. Prior towhen the Insider Trading Act came into force, the offence fell under the Companies Act (), which contained a criminal sanction only, requiring guilt to be proven beyond reasonable doubt.

To check the transacted prices for resale flats within the past 2 years. The data is based on registered resale applications, and is updated daily. Introduction. Resale Price Maintenance (RPM) can be defined as price restrictions enforced by upstream marketers (often manufacturers) to prevent resellers (often distributors or retailers) from charging more or less than the upstream marketers would prefer (Kaufmann,Fabricant,Grewal and Compeau,Gundlach et al., ).Although RPM agreements have historically Cited by: 7.

BE IT ENACTED by the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, as follows:— CONTENTS Sections CHAPTER 1 DEFINITIONS, INTERPRETATION, OBJECTS AND APPLICATION OF ACT 1.

Definitions and interpretation 2. Objects of Act 3. Application of Act CHAPTER 2 NATIONAL LIQUOR POLICY 4. Regulation of manufacture and distribution of liquor 5. Regulation.arriving in South Africa.

Notification of the intention to import must be submitted in writing to Inspection Services 48 hours BEFORE the arrival of the consignment in South Africa.

7. If a liquor product is imported in bulk, then a Permission to blend and a Permission to sell Certificate must be applied for at Division Inspection Services.

Size: KB. By AAT Senior Contributor, Michael-James Currie. In a landmark judgment, the Competition Commission of Mauritius (CCM) recently concluded its first successful prosecution in relation to Resale Price Maintenance (RPM), which is precluded in terms of Section 43 of the Mauritius Competition Act 25 of (Competition Act).

The CCM held that Panagora Marketing Company Ltd .