Germany’s Federal Cartel Office has launched a wide-scale study of the country’s online advertising market, after years of growing concerns about potential antitrust issues within the digital economy.
Australia’s government has asked the country’s antitrust enforcer to examine the effects that online platforms such as Facebook and Google are having on competition across the media and advertising sectors.
France’s antitrust agency has launched a second inquiry of the national pharmaceutical market, after policymakers largely ignored its first round of recommendations intended to encourage liberalisation.
A federal jury has found that Jeld-Wen’s acquisition of Craftmaster Manufacturing caused millions of dollars in damages to rival doormaker Steves and Sons.
The Federal Trade Commission and Impax squared off on Thursday in a final round of arguments over the pay-for-delay case in the agency’s internal tribunal.
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