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Competition Across the Radio Spectrum in West Africa: Regional and National Aspects

By Georgiana Pop & Gonçalo Coelho (World Bank Group)1   Introduction The goal of this article is to help in identifying competition constraints related to the development...

Competition Advocacy in Paraguay: CONACOM’s Pro-Competitive Recommendation for Transportation Hired Through Digital Apps

By Rolando Díaz Delgado & Fabrizio Boggino1 On January 14, 2021, Paraguay’s National Competition Commission (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, “CONACOM”) published OPINION/RD N° 01/2021, related to the regulation of...

Data Privacy and Competition Protection in Europe: Convergence or Conflict?

By Laura Liguori & Enzo Marasà & Irene Picciano1 In a recent interview,2 Europe’s antitrust chief, Margrethe Vestager, warned Apple that its recent changes to privacy rules must not give preferential...

Designing The ICN

By Konrad von Finckenstein1   The May issue of this publication carried an article entitled “(Nearly) a century of ICN.”2 On the issue of design, the authors state: Through both foresight and...

2021, A New Era of Chinese Antitrust Law

By Frances Xu & Howard Chan1   China Antitrust Enforcement Round-Up Ever since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (“CPC”), China has gradually bolstered competition policy and enforcement...

The Year Gone By… Competition Law in the Time of a Pandemic – Some...

By Ashok Kumar Gupta1   As we look back on the year 2020, it will always remind us of the challenges that we at the Competition...

All Things Are Possible with Antitrust — CALERA, Capability Standards, and Looking to Europe to Reinvigorate U.S. Antitrust Enforcement

By Joseph V. Coniglio1   Introduction It is becoming a truism to say that competition policy is at an inflection point both in the United States...

New Zealand – Introduction of an Effects Test for Unilateral Conduct...

By Alicia Murray1   In New Zealand, the prohibition on unilateral conduct (Section 36 of the Commerce Act 1986 (“Commerce Act”)) requires the taking advantage of market power for an anti-competitive...

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No-Poach and Wage-Fixing Agreements in Canada – So What’s the Issue?

By Chris Margison & Robin Spillette1   Introduction The application of antitrust laws to no-poach2 and wage-fixing agreements3 is currently being debated in many jurisdictions around the world. While it is generally...

Features of Procompetitive Collaborations in the Life Sciences

By Andrew C. Finch & Stefan Geirhofer1   Antitrust and patent law have complementary objectives: both are “aimed at encouraging innovation, industry and competition.”2  Abraham Lincoln once observed that an inventor...

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