The International Competition Network announces a new set of principles with a view to making antitrust enforcement across jurisdictions more transparent, predictable and consistent

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One of the most significant challenges facing companies dealing with the proliferation of global competition regimes is inconsistencies in approach, timelines, and potential double jeopardy from facing sanctions in multiple jurisdictions. In this context, the International Competition Network (ICN)’s announcement of a new set of principles on April [3], 2019 with a view to making antitrust enforcement across jurisdictions more transparent, predictable and consistent is a welcome development. More than 140 jurisdictions now have antitrust regimes, and the ICN provides a forum for these agencies to discuss developments and consider best practice. As above, the global expansion of competition regimes in recent years means companies must navigate an increasingly complex range of rules and

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  • Norton Rose Fulbright (London)
  • Norton Rose Fulbright (London)
  • Norton Rose Fulbright (London)

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Ian Giles, Mark Daniels, Shaha El-Sheemy, The International Competition Network announces a new set of principles with a view to making antitrust enforcement across jurisdictions more transparent, predictable and consistent, 3 April 2019, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 96894

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