The Nigerian Competition Authority publishes new penalty guidelines to tackle and prosecute traditional spread of competition law violations

Nigerian Competition Law: FCCPC Publishes Penalty Guidelines* Nigeria is quickly emerging as one of the more important antitrust regimes on the African continent. Not only because it is a significant market, but largely due to a raft of recent legislative developments. The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (“FCCPC”) has been formally established and is fully operational with the legislative tools to tackle and prosecute the traditional spread of competition law violations including restrictive horizontal practices,

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  • Primerio Limited (Johannesburg)

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Michael-James Currie, Jemma Muller, The Nigerian Competition Authority publishes new penalty guidelines to tackle and prosecute traditional spread of competition law violations, 25 December 2020, e-Competitions June 2021, Art. N° 100875

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