A Namibian court has declared the first-ever dawn raid conducted by the nearly decade-old Namibian Competition Commission unlawful on a technicality.
South Africa’s specialist antitrust tribunal should reprimand the country’s public broadcaster and pay-TV provider MultiChoice for failing to notify an agreement that restricted the encryption of free to air channels, the country’s competition enforcer has said.
The increasing need to master vast swathes of data when prosecuting cartels poses a huge obstacle and challenge to digital era enforcement, the head of Israel’s Antitrust Authority has warned.
When a country misbehaves in the eyes of others, it may find itself on the receiving end of sanctions. Charles McConnell explores how this punishment for political actions can affect economic concentration and competition
The increasing need to master vast swathes of data when prosecuting cartels poses a huge obstacle and challenge to digital era enforcement, the head of Israel’s Antitrust Authority has warned. Tom Madge-Wyld at GCR Live Women in Antitrust
Egypt’s competition authority has appointed a new chair and nine board members, while Kuwait’s authority has named Mishal Al-Wazzan as its new executive director.
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