Australia’s competition watchdog has denied four banks permission to collectively boycott Apple Pay and collectively negotiate with the technology company to develop their own digital wallets on Apple’s iOS platform.
The Hong Kong Competition Commission cannot guarantee what fine reductions will be granted to non-immunity leniency applicants, its chief executive said yesterday.
Hong Kong’s Competition Commission has for the first time referred an alleged bid-rigging cartel – including a subsidiary of telecommunications operator BT – to the jurisdiction’s Competition Tribunal.
China’s competition enforcement regime is up and running, and a slew of lawyers have sprung up to take care of the toughest cases in a unique environment. Tom Webb meets the movers and shakers of the Chinese antitrust bar.
The Hong Kong Competition Commission cannot guarantee what fine reductions will be granted to non-immunity leniency applicants, its chief executive said yesterday. Tom Webb at the ABA Spring Meeting
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