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Irish Government Abolishes a Below-Cost Pricing Regulation (Groceries order)

28 February 2006


On 8 November 2005, the Irish government announced that it would revoke the much maligned Restrictive Practices (Groceries) Order 1987 (“Groceries Order”) legislation that was enacted to tackle anti-competitive below-cost pricing conducted by large retailers. In its place, the government proposes introducing new legislative measures that will further fortify already existing competition law provisions which, the government argues, represent the most effective and proportionate means of dealing with anti-competitive behaviour.

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