The US President Joe Biden signs an executive order seeking to increase competition in industries including Big Tech, healthcare and agriculture with 72 specific initiatives

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On July 9, 2021 the White House released President Biden’s “Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy”. The Order’s purview stretches beyond the country’s antitrust agencies and into the broader administrative state, targeting particular industries of concern to the Administration. Its stated purpose is “to combat the excessive concentration of industry, the abuses of market power, and the harmful effects of monopoly and monopsony — especially as these issues arise in labor markets, agricultural markets, internet platform industries, healthcare markets (including insurance, hospital, and prescription drug markets), repair markets, and United States

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Doug Tween, William Huynh, Benjamin Bauer, The US President Joe Biden signs an executive order seeking to increase competition in industries including Big Tech, healthcare and agriculture with 72 specific initiatives, 9 July 2021, e-Competitions July 2021, Art. N° 108384

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