• http://www.mycc.gov.my/sites/default/files/publications/Competition%20Compliance%20Toolkit%20for%20Businesses%20in%20ASEAN.pdf

Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC)

The Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) was established on 1 April 2011 with the purpose of enforcing the Competition Act 2010 (CA 2010). The Competition Commission safeguards the process of free and fair competition in commercial markets for the benefit of consumer welfare, efficiency of enterprises and the development of the economy as a whole.

The Competition Commission empowered by the Competition Commission Act 2010 to ensure compliance to  the CA 2010, investigate complaints on anti-competition behaviours, carry out market reviews and impose penalties on companies found to infringe the competition law. It also has the authority to impose fees or charges for services provided; grant loans, scholarships and advances to its employees; cooperate with any corporate body or government agency and request information from enterprises to assist in the performance of its functions; or perform any tasks incidental to its functions and powers.