Competition Commission Chairman visits Suriname’s Trade Minister

first_imgImpact of proposed Scotiabank sale to be assessed in accordance with Treaty – CCCThe CARICOM Competition Commission (CCC) has said that any impact the proposed acquisition of Scotiabank by Republic Financial Holdings Limited will be assessed in accordance with the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas (RTC). The Commission, a CARICOM Institution that was established by Article 171 of the RTC, is mandated to promote…December 5, 2018In “Business”CARICOM Competition Commission appoints new Chairman, MemberThe CARICOM Competition Commission (CCC) has appointed a new Chairman, Justice Christopher Blackman (Ret.), and new Member, Mr. Anthony LaRonde. The Commissioners were sworn in by the Honorable Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders, President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) and Chairman of the Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission (RJLSC),…July 27, 2018In “Business”CARICOM Competition Commission launches Online Survey on Consumer demand and preferences for beer sold in the CSMEThe CARICOM Competition Commission (CCC) has launched an online consumer survey to help it gain a better understanding of consumer demand and preferences for beer sold in the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). The survey will assist the CCC to identify, among other things, the factors that determine consumer choice…January 22, 2016In “CARICOM”Share this on WhatsApp CCC Chairman Justice Christopher Blackman (r) and Minister Stephen Tsang In his first official visit to Paramaribo, Suriname, the new Chairman of the CARICOM Competition Commission (CCC) Justice Christopher Blackman made a courtesy call on Minister Stephen Tsang, Minister of Trade, Industry and Tourism with responsibility for competition and consumer protection on 04 September 2018. Chairman Blackman and Minister Tsang covered a range of topics of interest to the Republic of Suriname and the CCC including competition law, consumer protection, regional trade arrangement, and regional transportation for goods and people. The courtesy call was informative and allowed both delegations to identify future areas of cooperation in competition and trade policy. Chairman Blackman thanked the Minister for the support provided by the Republic of Suriname to the headquarters of the CARICOM Competition Commission. Minister Tsang expressed his governments continued support for the CCC and the other CARICOM institutions headquartered in Suriname. The Chairman, Minister and their delegation Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… last_img

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