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The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) is an intergovernmental group created to improve trade, investment and cooperation for the economic growth of the region economy. APEC is conform by 21 member economies (*), which represent approximately 40.5% of the population, close to 54.2% of the product and 43.7% of the trade, measured worldwide.

In 1996, the Competition Policy and Law Group (CPLG) was created because it represented an area of ​​growing interest for the Forum’s Economic Committee. The purpose of the CPLG is to promote the understanding of the competition systems of the economies of the Asia Pacific region and to evaluate their impact on trade and investment flows, as well as the establishment of areas of technical cooperation and capacity building among members.

The CPLG organizes seminars and training courses on certain aspects of competition policy. It also develops an annually meeting in which the member economies present the developments in cases and the possible modifications of their competition legislation, in addition to addressing the main challenges that competition policy presents, in the areas of defense and promotion.

The following links allow you to review the contributions submitted by the FNE to the various APEC activities in which it has participated, as well as those relevant documents issued by the APEC Economic Committee: