The Public Competition Enforcement Review

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The Public Competition Enforcement Review
Edition 13

Editors:

There continues to be international overlap among the public competition issues attracting government enforcement attention. Although the covid-19 pandemic has raised competition matters, including price-gouging investigations and policy statements on collaborations to fight the pandemic, competition enforcement in many jurisdictions continues in line with past practice, while a few jurisdictions are seeing record fines or activity in certain areas. Merger review and enforcement activity remains robust and the policing of cartels remains a focus of competition agencies around the globe, while digital platforms have continued to attract scrutiny and regulatory action worldwide.

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