anti-trust

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anti-trust

[ˈæntɪˈtrʌst]
A. ADJ (US) → antimonopolista
B. CPD anti-trust law Nley f antimonopolios
anti-trust legislation Nlegislación f antimonopolios
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It comes as the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced it has decided to withdraw immunity from fines from a mobility scooter supplier it has found is likely to have broken competition law.
This text introduces competition law within the combined system of European Union and UK law, focusing on the most important case law of the Union Courts, as well as the decisions of the EU Commission, the Competition and Markets Authority, and the Competition Appeal Tribunal.
The guide explains the nature of competition law enforcement in Pakistan to show how competition law risks can arise if they are not understood or managed.
In a statement the CMA said: "The CMA has provisionally found that MSD broke competition law by abusing its dominant position through a discount scheme for Remicade that was likely to restrict competition from 'biosimilar' versions of infliximab that were new to the market.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 26, 2017-Mogin Law Firm Merges with Antitrust, Competition Law Practice Rubin Law Firm
ISLAMABAD -- Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) Tuesday held a seminar at the Comsats Institute of Science and Technology in which the participants briefed on various aspects of the Competition Law and policy.
The Cement Manufacturers Association of the Philippines reacted, saying they 'follow very strictly the competition law and are very confident we can answer any allegations to the contrary.
Second, EU competition law creates a number of inefficiencies that cause a negative impact on social welfare; an example is the ban on absolute territorial protection that does not allow a full protection from free-riding.
ROYAL Mail broke competition law when it tried to change the way it charged rivals such as Whistl for use of its network, according to provisional findings by regulator Ofcom.
As previously reported, a specific competition law (Federal Law no.
It said the new UK competition authority has promised to deliver effective enforcement of competition law.

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