Ibrahim Mohamed Obeidat Abdessalam Ali Alfadel

Abstract

Economic concentration processes occur as a result of actions carried out by commercial projects aiming at joining together in a bigger firm, or achieving control by one enterprise over another or others. Therefore, it is considered an important tool for improving business performances and controlling the input and output of the market, through the situation of controlling its capabilities and affecting competition among economic sectors. So laws tend to set effective rules to strike balance between improving economic transactions on the one hand, and controlling the dominant position abuse on the other hand. based on this; This study concentrates on discussing the legislative aspects of this issue, through analysing the legislative texts in Jordan and Qatar, so as to show the ability of these texts to strike the balance between the dominant position, and the ability and necessity for those firms to comply with competition rules and avoid reducing or restricting them. The study reached the conclusion that ensuring balance is achieved in order to reach the goals of these operations to prevent the abuse of dominant position.

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Keywords

Business enterprises
Economic concentration
Mergers
Acquisitions
Dominant position

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How to Cite
Obeidat إ. م. ., & Alfadel ع. ا. ع. . (2021). The Dominant Position and Its Impact on Competition within the Framework of Economic Concentration Processes – Analytical Study in the Jordanian and Qatari Legislations. International Review of Law, 10(2). https://doi.org/10.29117/irl.2021.0170
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