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Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Spring 2016

Spring 2016

The spring 2016 overview of global antitrust law developments.

In this issue:

  • Global laws inconsistent when competitors talk among themselves
  • Cartel activity is criminalised in South Africa
  • Antitrust regulators emphasize importance of innovation for merger control assessment 
  • European Commission publishes interim report in sector inquiry on electricity capacity mechanisms 
  • DOJ action against ValueAct signals more caution for minority investors and activist stockholders 
  • European Commission publishes issues paper with initial findings from e-commerce sector inquiry 
  • Judgments of the ECJ could limit the scope of information requests 
  • Hong Kong’s first antitrust judgment since the new competition regime’s entry into force 
  • Amending China’s Anti-Unfair Competition Law – two steps forward, one step backward? 
  • FAQs – Hong Kong Competition Commission responds to common concerns 
  • Chinese pharma company fined for refusal to supply downstream competitors 
  • Belgian endives on the frontline for price fixing by farmers 
  • Welcome: Lesley Morphet and Nkonzo Hlatshwayo 
  • COMPETE – competition law compliance e-learning

Read the full article: Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation Quarterly Newsletter - Spring 2016


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