Luxembourg’s competition enforcer has published its retail food sector inquiry report, three years after it concluded its review of the market.
A funding shortage has forced South Africa’s antitrust authority to pause several market inquiries and investigations until the start of the new financial year in April.
While the UK’s antitrust watchdog urges an auction-based model of allocating airport slots – the right to take off or land at a given time – a leading European aviation lawyer has derided the enforcer’s recommendations as “poorly thought out [and] poorly substantiated.”
Settlements involving brand-name drugmakers seeking to delay entry of generic competition would be presumed to be anticompetitive in California under a new bill introduced Wednesday.
The city of Philadelphia has accused seven major banks of colluding to manipulate rates for a type of tax-exempt bond widely used by public entities such as municipalities, schools and hospitals, allegedly resulting in billions of dollars in inflated interest rates.
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