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Regulator Begins New Sector-Focused Crackdown On Cartels
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will target "industries that are at a greater risk of cartels forming" as part of a new campaign to crack down on anti-competitive behaviour.
UK
5 Mar 2018
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Commission Accepts e-book Commitments From Amazon
The European Commission has accepted commitments from Amazon over 'parity clauses' in its distribution agreements with e-book publishers in Europe.
European Union
9 May 2017
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Countdown To The CMA - Enterprise And Regulatory Reform Act Receives Royal Assent
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 is expected to herald the development of a more effective and efficient competition law regime in the UK.
UK
24 Jun 2013
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OFT Proposes To Refer BAA Airports For A Market Investigation
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has announced that it is proposing to refer the market for the supply of airport services by BAA in the UK to the Competition Commission (CC) for a detailed market investigation. It will consult the industry and interested parties over the next eight weeks (until 8 February) and will then make a decision as to whether to refer the sector to the CC.
UK
21 Dec 2006
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OFT Calls for More Competition in Municipal Waste
This initiative is part of the Kelly Action Plan, a Government initiative aimed at improving competition in procurement and, in particular, increasing competition and long term planning in markets where the Government possesses significant purchasing power.
UK
22 Jun 2006
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Office of Fair Trading Issues Interim Notice on Informal Advice and Confidential Guidance
The OFT announced on 12 April 2006 that it has adopted a Notice on its interim practice on the provision of confidential guidance (CG) and informal advice (IA) in merger cases. Essentially, this re-introduces the IA procedure in a different form and in more limited circumstances.
UK
24 Apr 2006
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Office of Fair Trading to Target the Construction Products Sector
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has just announced that during 2005, the construction and housing market, including services related to them, will be one of its five top priority areas for competition law enforcement. The OFT has announced that public procurement will be another. The OFT investigations will extend to and affect manufacturers of construction products.
UK
10 Feb 2005
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