The OECD holds a roundtable on predatory foreclosure

Key documents: Executive Summary with key findings, Detailled Summary of the discussion, Background note Executive summary, by the Secretariat Considering the discussion at the roundtable, the delegates’ submissions and the background paper, several key points emerge: 1. Competition law and policy on predatory foreclosure should be used to protect competition, not to protect competitors There was wide agreement among delegates that the goal of competition law enforcement with respect to predatory foreclosure ought to be the protection of competition, not of competitors. Although the wording of some jurisdictions’ competition laws suggests that they aim to prevent harm to competitors, the competition authorities’ practice is nevertheless to focus on harm to competition rather than on

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OECD, The OECD holds a roundtable on predatory foreclosure, 1 October 2004, e-Competitions October 2004, Art. N° 85720

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