• M. Faisal Arifuddin
  • Ria Setyawati


Agreement is an important thing to do in the field of business competition. Benchmarks of the
validity of an agreement become important when business actors enter into an agreement that
is not in accordance with the rules contained in the Law. The purpose of this study first, to
determine the suitability of the concept of agreement in business competition law with the
concept of law. Second, the implementation of agreements in practice in the field of business
competition is related to the legal concept of an absolute agreement based on evidence.
Normative research methods are used to find the rule of law, as well as legal doctrines in order
to deal with the legal issues at hand. Approach the problem through law and conceptual.
Sources of primary and secondary legal materials. The material collected is then analyzed to
answer the formulation of the problem raised, and provide conclusions. The results of the study
show that business actors argue that there is no agreement between them if there is no element
of "agreement" between business actors which is a legal condition of agreement in Burgerlijk
Wetboek (BW). In this case KPPU as a law enforcement agency can ensnare business actors.
KPPU can ensnare actors based on various types of evidence, such as direct evidence (hard
evidence) and indirect evidence (circumstantial evidence, as well as by sharing the kinds of
approaches possessed by KPPU such as the application of the concept of concerted practice.


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M. Faisal Arifuddin, & Ria Setyawati. (2020). THE CONCEPT OF BUSINESS COMPETITION AGREEMENTS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 1997- 2004. Retrieved from

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