This collection of more than two dozen papers delivered to a symposium on International Harmonization of Competition Laws examines the policies and practices of competition laws in major industrial jurisdictions and emerging industrialized economies such as the host country of the Symposium, the Republic of China on Taiwan. World class scholars and leading enforcement officials contributed to this volume, which examines the difficult issues of harmonizing competition laws. In addition to enhancing the scholarship on a topic of current interest after the Uruguay Round of GATT talks, the book also systematically examines topical issues in competition laws. It thus not only offers policy analysis, but also provides useful discussions of national and regional competition laws. A useful tool on comparative competition laws, this volume should be of interest to academics, practitioners and enforcement officials around the world.