Monday, October 29, 2012

Collective Dominance Based on Tacit Collusion in Nigerian Telecommunications Markets

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Chukwudiebube Bede Opata, University of Nigeria - Faculty of Law analyzes Collective Dominance Based on Tacit Collusion in Nigerian Telecommunications Markets.

ABSTRACT: The regulation of collective dominance is a relatively novel concept in most African telecommunications sectors. This article argues that the Nigerian legal framework for regulation of collective dominance, which was modeled substantially on EU law, although an improvement on previous rules, requires refinement to provide clarity and regulatory certainty.

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