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Abstract The year 2007 heralded a major advance in China’s entry to the global economy’s rules-based marketplace. Its Anti-MonopolyLaw 2007 (AML 2007) taking inspiration from European Union (EU) antitrust concepts contained internationally familiar key antitrust prohibitions. It appeared to...
Abstract This article examines the relationship between EU cartel enforcement in the chemical industry in the period 1997–2010 and compliance measures announced in the Annual Reports of the undertakings involved. It goes on to focus on Akzo Nobel NV’s unique use of an internal amnesty programme,...
Abstract This article examines whether sustainability concerns play and should play any role in EU merger control. While competition authorities have commenced exploring pathways to excuse prima facie anticompetitive mergers on sustainability grounds, little progress has been made in setting out...
Abstract In 1911, the Taft Administration undertook one of the most consequential antitrust prosecutions, charging U.S. Steel with violating the Sherman Act. Some accept Taft’s claim that he was bound to act by legal principles. Others view these prosecutions as a pre-emptive attack on Theodore...
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