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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Objectives of Unilateral Conduct Laws, Assessment of Dominance/Substantial Market Power, and State-Created Monopolies

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

One of the most interesting documents to emerge from last month's ICN meeting in Moscow was the report by the Unilateral Conduct Working Group on Objectives of Unilateral Conduct Laws, Assessment of Dominance/Substantial Market Power, and State-Created Monopolies.  This document is the first step to creating a common set of better practices in the area of unilateral conduct, perhaps the most challenging area of antitrust law around the world in terms of divergent substantive views.

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