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The Progressive Weakening of India’s Competition Law

By Vinod Dhall (Platinum Partners)*   When the Indian Competition Act was enacted in January 2003, few people really understood what it was all about. In...
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Advancing Collaboration in International Cartel Enforcement

By Richard Powers & Leah McCoy (United States Department of Justice)1   When the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division’s (“Division”) leniency program was first...
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Cartels & the Politics of Competition Law Enforcement in Pakistan

By Amber Darr (Coventry University)1   When Pakistan promulgated the Competition Ordinance in October 2007, it became the second South Asian country to adopt a competition...
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Exclusive Dealing in China: Overview and Outlook from an Antitrust Perspective

By Ma Chen, Shi Da, Guo Xiao & Guo Jiahao (Han Kun Law Offices)*   Common in the business world, exclusive dealing refers to arrangements whereby...
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Excessive Pricing in the Wake of the Pandemic: A New Headache...

By Sebastian Ferreyra Romea (Ferreyra Romea Law Firm)1   I. Introduction The Argentine government has implemented price and supply controls over health-related and mass consumption products to...

State Antitrust Enforcement: The Same and Not the Same

We have a national policy that favors competition over other types of economic arrangements. Like other aspects of our federalist system, there are times...
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How Confident Should You Be About State Confidentiality?

When a company is served by a state enforcer with an antitrust investigative subpoena or civil investigative demand, concern invariably arises over the confidentiality...

In Defense of State Enforcement: A Positive Perspective on State and...

Antitrust enforcers do not always see eye to eye. The recent cases of Qualcomm and Sprint/T-Mobile provide two recent examples. Despite the rare fractures...

The New Tentacle of EU Competition Law: Tools to Control Foreign-Subsidised...

We live in a world where the boundaries of antitrust seem to be ever expanding. Antitrust is both a sponge, absorbing up new ideas...
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Enforcing Competition Law and Consumer Protection During the COVID-19 Pandemic in...

By Vellah Kedogo Kigwiru (Hochschule Für Politik)* I. Introduction This article discusses the measures and the actions that the Competition Authority of Kenya (“CAK”)...

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