This article postulates that while much has been done (and continues to be done) by antitrust agencies in the antitrust compliance arena (in particular the recent policy change by the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division), there is still much work to be done internationally and greater progress to be achieved. The time truly has come to rethink compliance. The policy objective of antitrust enforcement is generally accepted to be to “have no need to impose fines at all,” so the author argues that the goal of antitrust enforcement agencies should be to take every step to encourage

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