Guidelines for Competition in the South African Automotive Aftermarket Industry

The Competition Commission published the Guidelines for Competition in the South African Automotive
Aftermarket Industry for public comment.

38 provided input.

This process was triggered by multiple complaints the Commission received in from various independent players in the automotive aftermarket as well as
members of the public. These parties raised concerns about alleged anticompetitive practices, such as pricing behaviour in the automotive aftermarket, and agreements that foreclose independent players at all levels of the automotive value chain.

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Comments close on  Monday, 16 March 2020, 17:00

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