ANTICOMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR IN EARLY PARENT STOCK SORTING
The indication of anticompetitive behavior that carried out by several large companies in the
poultry industry has become an obstacle for other business actors that do not have power to
entry the market. The regulation relates to the poultry industry has been regulated, one of which
is in the Law Number 18 of 2010 concerning Agriculture and Animal Health. In addition, the
Ministry of Agriculture Circular Letter Number 15043/FK.010/F/10/2015 is also closely
related to the regulation implementing by large poultry breeding business actor. Although,
these regulations have been issued, the indication of anticompetitive behavior still takes place.
Therefore, this study reviews the regulations that have been established. This study aims to
review the indication of anticompetitive behavior in the early parent stock sorting by breeding
company. Besides that, this study also aims to review the regulation related to the adjustment
of the parent stock population and its conformity with the direction of business legal policy.
Government policy through the Ministry of Agriculture Circular Letter No.
15043/FK.010/F/10/2015 concerning the adjustment of the parent stock population
unintentionally limits the movement of local business actor to get parent stock with low prices.
The existence of the Ministry of Health letter becomes a policy gap that is pro-anticompetitive
to be used by large poultry breeding company and is indicated to be contradicted with the
direction of business competition law in accordance with the principles of economic
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