Regulatory Capture: Private Interests Deriving Public Policy—The International Clearing House Case in Pakistan

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Joseph Wilson, Apr 14, 2015

Where private interests derive public policy, the role of a Competition Agency becomes even more challenging. One case in point, described below, is the establishment of International Clearing House by 14 international long distance telecom operators in Pakistan.

 

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