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FTC’s Phillips Talks Privacy, Competition & Antitrust Policy

Federal Trade Commissioner Noah Phillips (R) talks about privacy, competition, antitrust policy regarding technology broadly and scams against the public during the coronavirus pandemic. Phillips...

COVID-19 Impacts Payments Of EU Antitrust Fines

As well as granting companies leeway on certain COVID-19 initiated collaborations, the coronavirus outbreak has also led competition authorities to take a more lenient...

EU Clears €1B Plan To Save Virus-Hit Airline SAS

EU competition regulators on Monday, August 17, cleared a €1 billion (US$1.19 billion) plan by Denmark and Sweden to recapitalize virus-hit SAS, stating the...

Ukraine Probes COVID-19 Tests Prices

The Kyiv regional office of Ukraine's Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) has launched a probe into whether prices of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests...

How should competition policy react to coronavirus?

By CMA Chairman Andrew Tyrie The paper - How should competition policy react to coronavirus? - explores the short and long term consequences of the...

EssiLux Sues M&A Target GrandVision Over COVID Information

EssilorLuxottica has filed a legal action to obtain information from its acquisition target GrandVision about its management of the coronavirus crisis, Reuters reported.  EssilorLuxottica announced...

Big Tech Continues To Consolidate Despite Pandemic

Over the past few months, tech companies have continued to consolidate and invest, even while under the microscope of antitrust authorities, reported CNN. Some...

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