JAKARTA – Business Competition Monitoring Commission (KPPU) has worked with Universitas Gadjah Mada to do institutional strengthening of the Commission in carrying out its duty that monitors monopoly and cartel criminal practices in the business sector ahead of the Asean Economic Community. Rector of UGM, Prof. Dr. Pratikno, M.Soc., Sc., and Chairman of the Commission, Ir. Mohammad Nawir Messi, M.Sc, signed the agreement on Thursday (9/10), on UGM Jakarta campus.
The Rector said UGM and the Commission agreed to establish the partnership to encourage fair economic condition. “UGM and the Commission will monitor prohibited economic practices as well as prevent such things from happening in the business circle,” Pratikno told journalists.
Monitoring of good and fair business competition is expected to be able grow new entrepreneurships. UGM will give advocacy to the commissioners by involving students and lecturers through research.
Mohammad Nawir Messi said they work with UGM to encourage research-based business innovation and productivity.