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Product Liability and Anti-Competition

The USA, EU, China and Japan all represent major international markets for Canadian businesses. Each of these countries, however, has different laws governing product liability and anti-competition. Research how each country handles product liability and anti-competition.

a) The laws governing both product liability and anti-competition in the USA, EU, China and Japan.
b) Highlight the essential differences between these laws from the perspective of a Canadian doing business in each of these countries.

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Some references which may be of assistance:
- http://www.aointl.com/cg/acm.asp
- http://www.mayerbrown.com/experience/chinas-anti-monopoly-law/
- http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1940017

a) The laws governing both product liability and anti-competition in the USA, EU, China and Japan.

Anti-competition laws in America (U.S) and the European Union are based on enforcement initiated by national and state or provincial agencies. Private parties are also granted the authority to enforce anti-competition in the USA and EU. In these countries, violations of anti-competition law is considered a criminal offense and because they both practice common law, it is considered a felony. The United States considers any ...

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The solution examines product liability and anti-competition.

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