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June 24, 2010
Competition Policy: Going International?
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Paul Nihoul (University of Louvain Law) and Thomas Lübbig (Freshfields) ask Competition Policy: Going International?
ABSTRACT: There has been much talk about the necessity for competition policy to go international. National or regional competition policies create uncertainties for businesses in terms of how their operations should be structured if they are subject to contradictory rules depending on where they are carried out.
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