Eduardo Pérez Motta, a former head of Mexico’s competition authority, has left Agon, the economics consultancy he founded, to join SAI Law and Economics as senior partner.
The Competition Tribunal of South Africa has U-turned on a decision by the country’s antitrust enforcer, conditionally approving a joint venture among three of the largest shipping companies in the world.
Poste Italiane must pay €20 million for operating a “complex” exclusionary strategy that included squeezing competitors’ margins and offering loyalty rebates to customers, Italy’s Competition Authority has said.
The European Commission has raided the Brussels office of a market intelligence company -- the third inspection in the enforcer's ongoing probe of the kraft paper and industrial paper sacks sector.
Counsel to damages claimant BritNed has warned that defendants should not be allowed to “seek refuge from... their shenanigans” in English courts, after clashing on confidentiality with high-voltage power cable manufacturer ABB in a pre-trial review.
Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service has accused Novartis of abusing its dominant position after the Swiss drugmaker hiked the price of a cancer drug by 35%.
Ticketmaster has found an unconventional way to settle antitrust litigation brought by former concert ticket rival Songkick – by buying the now-defunct company’s remaining ticketing assets.
A Colorado pension fund has sued nine banks for allegedly manipulating a Canadian financial benchmark rate to drive up the profits of their derivatives trading business.
Mei-Ying Huang, the chairwoman of Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission, sat down with Tom Webb to discuss the agency’s priorities, relationships with other Asian competition enforcers, and response to the growth of the digital economy.
As part of GCR’s third EU Cartel Survey, we examined five years of court decisions stemming from appeals against European Commission cartel cases. The data implies that DG Comp sees its decisions overturned or amended before the EU's High Court more often than observers have suggested.
The lead barrister in the attempted opt-in interchange fee class action against MasterCard has highlighted the upfront cost of seeking UK antitrust class certification.
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