Japan’s Supreme Court says effects enough for jurisdiction
The Supreme Court of Japan on Tuesday ruled that the country’s antitrust law applies to conduct outside Japan so long as it harms competition within the country, even if the original sale of the cartelised product occurred in a foreign nation.
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