Competition Policy and Law in CARICOM: Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago

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  • Roger Moore Legal Officer, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Consumer Affairs

Abstract

This short paper seeks to focus on the salient differences between the approaches taken by two Caricom Member States, Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica, in developing a competition Policy and Law. Jamaica has a fully operational competition Law in the form of the Fair Competition Act of 1993, while Trinidad and Tobago on the other hand is in the process of developing such legislation.

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