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The Regulation of Competition and Innovation in the European Union and Spain: Opportunities for the Philippines and the ASEAN

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Olmedo Peralta,  Eugenio
MPI for Innovation and Competition, Max Planck Society;

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Olmedo Peralta, E. (2016). The Regulation of Competition and Innovation in the European Union and Spain: Opportunities for the Philippines and the ASEAN.


Cite as: https://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-002C-F0F8-1
Abstract
The Philippines are currently facing a process of regional economic integration inside the ASEAN, in some way similar to the process undertaken by Spain and the European Union decades ago. Since January 2016, the ASEAN has become a Common Market, for whose effective achievement Competition and Innovation Law and Policies may play a crucial role. The scope of these pages is to overview the importance of the regulation in these issues and the promotion of competition within the member States throughout the process of regional economic integration. Then, we will consider the role that Competition and Intellectual Property Law and Policies have played in the construction of the European Union, and we will point out some current challenges that are still to be faced. Finally, we will offer some comparative conclusions considering the importance that these norms and policies will have in the construction of the ASEAN as an economic integrated area, and the way the ASEAN might follow the footsteps set by the European Union in its integration process