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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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TGA Mobility Limited and 2DS & TGA Holdings Limited (TGA), a mobility scooter supplier, has been under investigation since April for potentially breaking competition law by restricting its retailers from advertising prices online.
She said that competition law in Pakistan is pro-business:
At this stage of the CMA's investigation, these findings are provisional and no conclusion should be drawn that there has in fact been any breach of competition law.
US-based antitrust and competition law practice Rubin Law Firm to form MoginRubin LLP, the practices said.
The seminar was held as part of the national campaign, 'Competition Advocacy Academia Drive', started by CCP to create awareness of the Competition Law among the students and faculty members of the universities, a statement issued here by the commission said.
The developments remind me of an earlier column where I said that while our new competition law does not outlaw trade and industry associations, they should not be used as conduits for acts violating the law.
EU competition law, vertical restraints, block exemption, black list, market integration, harmonization, resale price maintenance
Ofcom said its provisional view was that Royal Mail "breached competition law by engaging in conduct that amounted to unlawful discrimination against postal operators competing with Royal Mail in delivery.
The Competition Law aims to protect and enhance competition and to combat monopolistic practices in the UAE by regulating abuse of dominant position, prohibiting restrictive agreements and providing for merger controls.
The CMA has just launched a short joint guide to competition law risk with the Institute of Risk Management.
Summary: While competition law in Oman is not independently regulated, steps are being taken to enforce the provisions of unfair competition contained in various legislations