Integrating The Leniency Program in Indonesia's Cartel Enforcement System

Rosari Sarasvaty(1*)

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Cartel is considered as the most serious violations towards competition law due to its adverse impact towards the consumer and efficiency in the market. However, the secretive nature of cartel made it difficult to detected by the competition authority. As a matter of fact, the competition authority often fails to prosecute cartel practices due to lack of evidences in prosecuting cartel activity. On that account, various countries have implemented the leniency program in their cartel enforcement system in order to detect cartel practices effectively. The leniency program is a policy where it offers reduction of penalty in exchange for insider corporation in detecting cartel practices. Through this leniency program, the competition authority is able to find strong evidences to prove the existence of cartel in practice.


Unfair Business Competition, Cartel, Leniency Program

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