Besides the latest from SCOTUS, DG Comp, and the U.S. regulators, we have a number of international contributions this month—from, among others, South Africa, Canada, the ICN, and even Texas. And although he wasn’t an antitrust economist per se, we felt it important to note John Nash’s passing with a short tribute.
EU Antitrust Chief Throws the Book at Amazon Margrethe Vestager fired a new warning shot at the online retailer, saying that the EU is targeting it not because the firm is U.S.-based, but because it is trying to “close the way of innovation.” Sam Schechner (Digits WSJ)
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