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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer China antitrust co-head Ninette Dodoo today argued that in the Asian context, information exchange should be distinguished from anti-competitive activities. Sonya Lalli at GCR Live in Singapore
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Italy’s Antitrust Authority was wrong to conclude that MasterCard infringed competition law by setting minimum interchange fees and concluding vertical licensing agreements with banks approving those fees, Italy’s top administrative court has ruled.
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Europe’s competition watchdog today announced a market test of commitments proposed by liner shipping companies, marking a possible end to the enforcer’s controversial price signalling investigation within the next few months.
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Following a five-year investigation, the UK’s competition watchdog today fined GlaxoSmithKline and other pharmaceutical companies £45 million (€58 million) for their agreement to hold off on the sale of generic versions of a GSK drug.
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Manufacturers can impose restrictions on distributors to prevent them reselling their products on third-party retail websites such as Amazon Marketplace, without falling afoul of competition law, a court in Germany has said.
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Booking.com has announced it will appeal the decision by Germany’s competition authority to prohibit the company’s use of most favoured nation clauses in dealing with hotels.
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The European Commission has ordered MasterCard to stop applying one of its interchange fees within six months or face severe penalties.