OECD recommendations to enhance competition and efficiency for logistics sector in Singapore
6 July 2021
On 4 June 2021, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (“CCCS”) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (“OECD”) co-organised the virtual launch of the following two reports on the competition assessment of the logistics sector in Singapore:
- OECD Competition Assessment Reviews: Logistics sector in Singapore report (“CAR report”) which assesses the impact of regulation on competition and presents key findings and recommendations in five main subsectors of the logistics sector: Freight transportation, including transport by road, inland waterway and maritime; freight forwarding; warehousing; small-package delivery services (“SPDS”); and value-added services.
- OECD Competitive Neutrality Reviews: Small-package delivery services in Singapore report (“CNR report”) which focuses on SPDS - a fundamental part of the logistics sector due to their important role in the rapidly growing e-commerce sector.
The reports, which are accessible at oe.cd/asean-comp-singapore, provide independent analyses and recommendations by OECD as part of OECD’s project on Fostering Competition in ASEAN and are undertaken within the framework of the ASEAN Competition Action Plan.
Please click here to read our article which provides an outline of CCCS’ market studies since 2008, and highlights the key policy findings and recommendations under the CAR and CNR reports.