Azza A. Raslan's research while affiliated with University College London and other places

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Adopting mixed policy objectives (economic and non-economic) introduces a divergence to the ‘economic based model’ currently advocated as the basis for competition law convergence. One area of competition law where mixed policy objectives are prominently featured is merger control. South Africa is a leading example of a jurisdiction that embraces m...

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... The provisions of FCCPA relating to competition closely resemble those of the South African Competition Act (SACA) probably because the South African regime stands out as a model of competition law implementation for developing countries. 108 The general philosophy which guides the South African Competition regime is the idea of using the law as a vehicle for the attainment of national economic and social objectives. 109 Its impact is felt regionally within Africa through emulation and diffusion by learning, as well as internationally via its synergy with other developing countries on the platform of an association or economic bloc comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS). ...