Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore

Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry. It administers and enforces the Competition Act (Chapter 50B).

See below for the Latest Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore News, Analysis, Profit Results, Share Price Information, and Commentary. 


CCCS clears iNova Pharmaceuticals’ acquisition of Mundipharma’s consumer healthcare business

The proposed transaction will not infringe Section 54 of the Competition Act of 2004.

CCCS to fund study on greenwashing in e-commerce websites

Five in 10 online products have vague environmental claims.

Grab Rentals’ acquisition of Trans-cab still under review - CCCS

The acquisition has not been cleared of competition concerns.

CCCS wants public feedback on proposed acquisition of Fujifilm and KMG

The public forum runs from 17 August 2023 to 31 August 2023 at 5 p.m.

CCCS seeks feedback on City Energy’s acquisition of Tan Soon Huah Gas Supply’s LPG business

The commission is studying whether the deal will infringe section 54 of the Competition Act 2004.

Oki Electric acquires aviation equipment business of Yokogawa Electric, subsidiaries

The acquisition would not lead to a substantial lessening of competition in the market.

Should AdventTopco acquire GfK? CCCS seeks public feedback

The proposed sale will combine GfK and NielsenIQ.

CCCS files PID against several warehouse operators

The issuance was the result of an investigation that occurred last August 2018.