Canada seeks to increase abuse of dominance penalties
Canada’s deputy prime minister has proposed amending the country’s competition law to increase the penalties for abuse of dominance and allow private litigants to file abuse claims, but local lawyers have criticised the lack of public debate surrounding the changes.
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