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Embassy of Japan in cooperation with Japan Free Trade Commission (JFTC), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Commission for Protection of Competition organised training sessions on the current and future challenges of Japan in the fight against cartels and bid-rigging in public procurements.

These training sessions were undertaken with the prospect of gaining new knowledge and understanding by not only employees of the Commission for Protection of Competition but also representatives of other institutions, as well as stakeholders on the best global practices in competition policy enforcement.

The event was opened by Ambassador of Japan to Serbia H.E. Junichi Maruyama and President of the Commission for Protection of Competition Dr Miloje Obradović.

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