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Useful Links

Competition Act and Competition Appeal Board

  • Competition Act (Cap 50B)
    Enacted in 2004, the Competition Act (“the Act”) provides a generic law to protect consumers and businesses from anti-competitive practices of private entities. It also sets out the various powers and processes in the administering and enforcement of the Act.
  • Competition Appeal Board
    Under the Competition Act 2004, the Competition Appeal Board will hear appeals against the decisions of the Competition Commission of Singapore.

Ministries and Statutory Boards

  • Ministry of Trade and Industry
    The Ministry Of Trade and Industry is a ministry of the Government of Singapore that directs the formulation and implementation of policies related to the trade and industry of Singapore.
  • Government Consultation Portal (REACH)
    REACH (reaching everyone for active citizenry@ home) was launched in October 2006 when the Feedback Unit was restructured to move beyond gathering public feedback, to become the lead agency for engaging and connecting with citizens.
  • Singapore Government Portal
    The Portal serves as a convenient gateway for you to locate information about the Singapore Government - such as news and speeches, information resources, e-services, events calendar and contact information of public service agencies. 

Other Useful Links


  • Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development(OECD)
    OECD work on competition law and policy actively encourages decision-makers in government to tackle anti-competitive practices and regulations and promotes market-oriented reform throughout the world. Read about OECD's work on Competition Policy and Law.
  • International Competition Network (ICN)
    The ICN provides competition authorities with a specialized yet informal venue for maintaining regular contacts and addressing practical competition concerns. This allows for a dynamic dialogue that serves to build consensus and convergence towards sound competition policy principles across the global antitrust community.
  • Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE)
    The Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that is committed towards protecting consumers interest through information and education, and promoting an environment of fair and ethical trade practices. 

Updated Date

Last Updated on 01 June 2017