The DoJ’s immigration waiver: a “good carrot?”
Katy Oglethorpe • Friday, 10 August 2012 (9 months ago) • Journal Feature • Issue: September 2012
For almost two decades the DoJ’s immigration waiver has helped the United States to secure convictions against foreign cartelists. Katy Oglethorpe explores why some figures in the antitrust community are casting doubt on the legality of the agreement.
Subscription required to view this article
This content can only be accessed by subscribers.
Please note: If you would like online access to all archived content, you will need a subscription with premium access.
Please see Subscriptions.
If you are a subscriber, please login: