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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Ms Vestager said Google was "denying rivals a chance to innovate and compete", which was "illegal under EU anti-trust rules".
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-July 4, 2018-Caverion reports on decision of the German Federal Cartel Office on the final anti-trust fine amount
The lawmaker noted that in 'ideal markets ruled by formidable anti-trust regulators,' a merger that gets rid of competition 'may not be permitted until a substitute challenger comes in.'
Brussels - EU anti-trust regulators are set to fine Nippon Yusen KK (NYK) and several other Japanese shippers as well as Norwegian Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics ASA (WWL) in the coming weeks for rigging bids for shipping cars, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
KUWAIT, March 22 (KUNA) -- The anti-trust apparatus seeks to ensure fair competition in the business community and in the marketplace with the ultimate goal of serving the public's needs in a manner that transcends self-interest or bias, said a minister on Tuesday.
When Tribune balked at the suit, the anti-trust division then sought a temporary restraining order against the sale, which was granted late Friday night.
Critics, including the anti-trust authority, have argued that planned control of the country's gas reserves by one consortium will limit competition and keep prices high.
US Internet search giant Google rejected accusations by EU anti-trust regulators that it illegally abuses its market dominance, in its first formal reaction to allegations by Brussels earlier this year.