Direct intervention into markets is not necessary, CMA official says
While politicians and the public are “much less convinced” about the benefits of competition law than they once were and the media is calling for a more regulatory approach, the chief economic adviser of the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority expressed doubts that such direct intervention in markets is beneficial.
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