The head of Australia’s antitrust enforcer has said the agency must be better prepared to explain to courts what should count as merger benefits.
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Interaction between competition and big data is globally discussed. Japan recently addressed this cutting-edge issue through a report published by a study group at the country's Fair Trade Commission. Yusuke Takamiya, an antitrust attorney at Mori Hamada & Matsumoto and a visiting researcher at the Competition Policy Research Centre at the Japan Fair Trade Commission, explores Japan's approach by outlining the report together with relevant developments.
The head of Australia’s antitrust enforcer has said the agency must be better prepared to explain to courts what should count as merger benefits. Tom Webb in Sydney
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