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The Airbus and Boeing Duopoly: Would More Aggressive Antitrust Enforcement Benefit...

April 2019 The Airbus and Boeing Duopoly: Would More Aggressive Antitrust Enforcement Benefit the Commercial Aviation Industry? By Grant Petrosyan, Esq. (Constantine Cannon)1 It is no...

Brazil: Judge delays Boeing-Embraer merger

A Brazilian federal court has temporarily blocked a US$4.75 billion joint venture between Boeing and Embraer until the incoming government takes office. The two aerospace...

EU: Commission targets aviation brokers in antitrust probe

European Commission (EC) regulators have launched an antitrust investigation into aviation broking, taking on the mantle from UK watchdogs. The EC said Friday, October 27,...

Carve-Outs Under Airline Antitrust Immunity: In the Public Interest?

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Jan Brueckner, Stef Proost, Sep 15, 2009 Prohibitions on cross-border airline mergers preclude full...

SEP-09(1)

In this issue: Antitrust & Transportation   Don Baker, Bill Mullins, Sep 15, 2009 Railroad Antitrust Reform - A Train to Nowhere? Will the removal of the few antitrust exemptions...

Sectoral Study on Competition on the Airline Passenger Transport in Latin...

Aldo Gonzalez, Jun 24, 2013 Sectoral Study on Competition on the Airline Passenger Transport in Latin America - Aldo Gonzalez (University of Chile)   This sectoral study...

Why Airline Antitrust Immunity Benefits Consumers

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Daniel Kasper, Darin Lee, Sep 15, 2009 Any analysis of immunized airline alliances must...

ECJ Dismisses British Airways’ Appeal

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Alex Nourry, Mar 21, 2007 On 15 March 2007, the European Court of Justice ...

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