Thinking outside the toolbox
As competition law regimes have overspread the globe, Africa has long been labelled the last frontier of antitrust. But lawmakers in South Africa and Nigeria are defying that characterisation by shaping bold new competition regimes that challenge conventional international enforcement norms. Tom Madge-Wyld reports.
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