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Very interesting analysis Erick and Kanini. Regards On Feb 22, 2017 1:54 PM, "Erick Mwangi via kictanet" <
Thank you bwana Wambua, Your input will help us understand the issue in a better way. Regards On Feb 22, 2017 1:31 PM, "Wambua, Christopher via kictanet" <
Well Kanini being restrained and dominating are good things given in equal measure – pun intended!! Research has shown that several factors influence a company’s ability to retain market leadership, among them technological innovation, changes in market structure, short product life cycles, capital strength and promotional prowess. However, one critical factor has largely been ignored: […]
Listers I wish to confirm that the consultant, M/s Analysys Mason, has submitted the draft findings of the study on Assessment of competition in the telecommunications sub-sector to the Authority. Currently, the draft report is undergoing internal review. Once this process is completed, we shall be happy to share the reviewed draft findings with the community for comments […]
Thanks for sharing Barrack. Regards, Esther Kamande Advocate | Policy Analyst Twitter: @enkamande On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 6:09 AM, Ali Hussein via kictanet <
Not to be the forbearing wife in an abusive relationship (they run through my bundles too fast😡 ) Obtaining a dominant position isn't unlawful where the dominant position has been achieved genuinely through hardwork, superiority of products and services and an interplay of supply and demand. What is unlawful (See Section 24 of the Competition […]
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