UNCTAD Voluntary Peer Reviews on Competition Law and Policy
are undertaken by competition policy experts and serve as a basis for peer review examination during the annual session of the Intergovernmental Group of Experts
The peer review process provides a unique opportunity to examine and draw lessons from experiences of and challenges faced by countries in the implementation of competition policies. The reports produced during the process regarding the state of competition law and enforcement in reviewed countries are impartial and rigorous.
The peer review process is interactive and provides interested developing countries with technical assistance in case they are willing to implement the peer review recommendations.
UNCTAD´s experience working with competition authorities in developing countries and its unique development perspective guarantee that the UNCTAD Voluntary Peer Reviews are focused on the development dimension of competition policies.