antitrust

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antitrust

Chiefly US regulating or opposing trusts, monopolies, cartels, or similar organizations, esp in order to prevent unfair competition
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This case is yet another reason why companies need to sit up and take notice of competition law.
Marian Cree, CMA representative in Northern Ireland, said: "The CMA recognises that most businesses want to comply with competition law and is keen to support businesses here in doing so.
He assured MCCI's support in implementation of the Competition Law.
As the economic recovery continues, there will be more competition law cases.
and Indian competition authorities intend to cooperate to enhance the effective enforcement of their competition laws, to share and to keep each other informed of significant competition policy and enforcement developments.
They also demonstrate the Competition Law 2004 and enforcement agencies
Despite the impression given by the guidance that only the worst excesses will actually be pursued, we must all become more circumspect in assessing the competition law implications of property transactions.
The consequences of infringing competition law are not confined to the enforceability of the land agreement.
However, just because an agreement is between competitors does not mean that it will contravene competition law.
Al-Hadidi noted that Jordan's competition law is in conformity with the international competition legislations adding that the Ministry has carried out several procedures to enhance and protect competition in the Kingdom one of which is the launch of the Competition Directorate.
These views were expressed by the speakers at the international conference "Challenges in implementing competition law in developing countries" organised by Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP).
The bank admitted to breaching competition law between October 2007 and February/March 2008.