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EU Flexes Muscles with New Hybrid Instrument Targeting Foreign Subsidies

By James Killick & Peter Citron1   On May 5, 2021, the European Commission (“Commission”) issued a proposal for a far-reaching Regulation to tackle foreign subsidies....

Enforcing Competition Law in the English Health Care System

The UK Department of Health and Social Care has published a white paper titled Integration and innovation: working together to improve health and social...

Ex Ante Regulation of Digital Platforms?: Cautionary Tales From Telecommunications

Whether there should be increased antitrust enforcement, and/or ex ante regulation of heretofore lightly-regulated major high-tech companies has attached considerable academic, policy, and popular...

Data Portability

Data portability (the ability to transfer data without affecting its content) and interoperability (the ability to integrate two or more datasets) significantly affect the...

Concentration is Not Producing Higher Profits or Markups

By Joe Kennedy (ITIF)*   Introduction The United States is in the middle of a renewed debate on antitrust policy. Although most antitrust experts favor keeping some...

The ICN Scoping Paper on Big Data and Cartels: The Impact...

By Marianne Faessel (Autorité de la concurrence)1   As a global competition network, the International Competition Network (“ICN”) is keen to keep up with emerging competition...

Open for Business: Cartel Enforcement and the Procurement Collusion Strike Force’s...

A global pandemic and economic disruption make effective deterrence, detection, and prosecution of cartels more important than ever. While COVID-19 is a novel virus,...

Competitor Collaborations During COVID-19

Antitrust regulators worldwide have had to adopt novel strategies to address the emergency need for collaboration within certain industries to help combat the COVID-19...

Competitor Collaboration in Mexico: The Case for Upgrading Regulation

Collaboration among competitors in Mexico is still significantly underdeveloped. As in other developing countries, legal uncertainty impedes companies to effectively and lawfully engage in...

Restoring Balance to Digital Competition – Sensible Rules, Effective Enforcement

By Philip Marsden & Rupprecht Podszun1   The EU Commission is stepping up efforts to come up with new regulations for digital gatekeepers. Executive Vice President...

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