The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2013

Department of Justice

27 September 2012

Antitrust enforcement in the United States and throughout the Americas has never been more vigorous. The most notable recent developments in antitrust enforcement in the United States have come in the context of significant litigation successes and a continued commitment to close cooperation with domestic and non-US law enforcement partners. Across countries within the Americas, there have also been a number of significant developments in antitrust enforcement regimes, which collectively reflect the broad, international consensus on the harm inflicted by antitrust offences and the need for vigorous enforcement.

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