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Brazilian competition: CADE explained

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Walter Douglas Stuber and Lionel Pimentel Nobre of Amaro, Stuber e Advogados Associados, São Paulo, chart the history and powers of Brazil’s competition authority CADE (originally, the Economic Defence Administrative Commission), the Brazilian antitrust authority, was established in 1942 by Decree-law 7,666/42, the first Brazilian antitrust directive.

An interview with Hideaki Kobayashi

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The Japan Fair Trade Commission celebrates its 50th anniversary later this year. Recently retired head, Hideaki Kobayashi, now Deputy Chief of Mission at the Japanese embassy in Washington, spoke to GCR at the Fordham conference in New York.

Exchanging benchmarking in competitively sensitive areas

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Firms that swap internal data may be caught by antitrust regulations. Stephen M Axinn and Carter H Strickland Jr of Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP, New York, consider how to assess the risks