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  1. A Brief Introduction to the Fair Trade Commission (published both in Chinese and English)

November 1999/ 32 pages/ Planning Dept.
March 2001/ 20 pages/ Planning Dept.
November 2002/ 42 pages/ Planning Dept.
October 2006/ 42 pages/ Planning Dept.
June 2007/ 42 pages/ Planning Dept.
May 2010/ 42 pages/ Planning Dept.
June 2013/ 40 pages/ Planning Dept.
May 2015/ 40 pages/ Planning Dept.
March 2017/ 40 pages/ Planning Dept.
April 2019/ 40 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$200)

This publication introduces the objectives and legislative background of the Fair Trade Act, case handling procedures, and the structure, responsibilities, Commissioners' meetings and functions of the Fair Trade Commission. This publication was published separately in Chinese and English until November 2002, after which the publication contained contrasting texts in Chinese and English.

  1. Introduction to the Competition Policy Information and Research Center (published both in Chinese and English)

May 1998/ 20 pages/ Planning Dept.
October 2000/ 24 pages/ Planning Dept.
March 2001/ 20 Pages/ Planning Dept.
June 2007/ 42 pages/ Planning Dept.
December 2010/ 20 pages/ Planning Dept.
((available only at CPIRC)

Enforcement of the Fair Trade Act signifies the strengthening of the domestic competition policy. The FTC established the Competition Policy Information and Research Center to collect competition laws and materials from abroad and has made them available to the government and the general public.

  1. Introduction to APEC Competition Policy and Law Database (published both in Chinese and English)

May 1998/ 16 pages/ Planning Dept.
December 2001/ 16 pages/ Planning Dept.
May 2010/ 20pages/ Planning Dept
((available only at CPIRC)

The Fair Trade Commission takes charge of establishing an "APEC Competition Policy and Law Database" with an endorsement from APEC member economies. This pamphlet contains the introduction to the Database, which includes the origin, objectives, and the manual for accessing and searching from the Database.

  1. Cases and Materials on the Fair Trade Act of the Republic of China

(Vol. 1-Vol. 15, English version only)
Vol. 1 (1992-1997): May 1999/ 378 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 2 (1998): Sep. 2000/ 373 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 3 (1999): Nov. 2001/ 409 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 4 (2000): Nov. 2002/ 418 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 5 (2001): Dec. 2003/ 439 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 6 (2002): Dec. 2004/ 323 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 7 (2003): Dec. 2005/ 449 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 8 (2004): Dec. 2006/ 376 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$18)
Vol. 9 (2005): Apr. 2008/ 540 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$20)
Vol. 10 (2006): Dec. 2008/ 424 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$20)
Vol. 11 (2007): Dec. 2009/ 362 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$20)
Vol. 12 (2008~2009): July 2011/ 365 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$600, US$20)
Vol. 13 (2010~2012): Aug. 2014/ 432 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$400, US$15)
Vol. 14 (2013~2014): Dec. 2016/ 358 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$400, US$15)
Vol. 15 (2015~2017): Dec. 201/ 358 pages/ Planning Dept.
(NT$650, US$22)

The Fair Trade Act is an economic law to ensure fair competition and improve economic prosperity. These volumes are published to illustrate the enforcement performance of the FTC and collect selected cases from the Commission's decisions, approvals, administrative guidances, and interpretations as well as judicial cases involving issues on the Fair Trade Act rendered by the Administrative Court by year.

  1. Cases and Materials Governing Multi-Level Sales of Republic of China

2002/ 277 pages/ Third Dept. (available only at CPIRC)

This book is a comprehensive collection of the FTC's interpretations, decisions, as well as judicial cases rendered by the Administrative Court from January 1993 to the end of 2001. The Fair Trade Law, the Supervisory Regulation Governing Multi-Level Sales and relevant regulations are also included in the appendix.

  1. 2004 Survey Report on Multi-Level Marketing Business in Taiwan & Regulations and Decisions Governing Multi-Level Marketing in Taiwan

2005/123 pages/ Third Dept. (available only at CPIRC)

Since its establishment in 1992, the Fair Trade Commission has actively devoted itself to set up a sound legal framework for the development of the Multi-level Marketing, to protect public interest, and to keep up with international trends. The FTC has gained a significant achievement on building a healthy and reasonable MLM environment. For introducing and sharing the experiences of law enforcement in Taiwan, we hereby arranged and published some related survey, decisions, and regulations for reference.

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