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26 May 2015: The Drew & Napier Competition & Regulatory Practice Group brings you this special article as part of its latest Competition Law Quarterly Update for the first quarter of 2015.
In this issue, the Drew & Napier Competition & Regulatory Practice Group brings you the most notable events in the competition law world in the first quarter of 2015.
As the invited authors of the Singapore Chapter in Getting the Deal Through – Telecoms and Media 2015, Head of TMT Lim Chong Kin and Director Charmian Aw share insights into telecoms and media regulations in Singapore.
This update discusses the recent Singapore Court of Appeal (“CA ”) decision in the case of PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) TBK v CRW Joint Operation  SGCA 30, where the CA was split 2:1 in its decision with the majority of the CA dismissing the appeal. In the case of PT Perusahaan , the CA considered the interpretation of section 19B of the International Arbitration Act (Cap 143A) (“IAA ”) in coming to its decision, as well as the question of whether an interim award was an “award” as defined in section 2 of the IAA.
This update discusses the recent case of CKR Contract Services Pte Ltd v Asplenium Land Pte Ltd  SGCA 24 where the Singapore Court of Appeal was asked to consider whether a clause in a construction contract between the main contractor and developer was invalid and unenforceable on the basis that it was contrary to public policy as an ouster of the jurisdiction of the court.
This update relates to our series of legal updates issued over the 4th quarter of 2014 and earlier this year discussing the amendments to the Singapore Companies Act to be effected by the Companies (Amendment) Act 2014 (“Amendment Act ”). This update discusses the implementation timetable for the various amendments under the Amendment Act.
This legal update highlights some of the key provisions of the Companies (Amendment) Act 2014 which relate to the role and duties of a Chief Executive Officer. These amendments were gazetted in late 2014, and whilst not yet in force, are widely expected to come into force in the second quarter of 2015.
Singapore has been a trade bridge between the East and the West for close to 200 hundred years. It has one of the busiest ports and one of the best airports underlying its fantastic transportation links. For one of the most densely populated places on earth, the traffic flows smoothly, people get to places reliably on the metro network and there is a large number of taxis that gets you anywhere you need to be in about 10 minutes, or 20 if getting to or from the airport.
In this bumper issue, the Drew & Napier Competition & Regulatory Practice Group brings you the most notable events in the competition law world in the second half of 2014.