CASE COMMENTS: INTERNATIONAL POLICIES – COMPETITION POLICY – ANTITRUST

United States: The American Antitrust Institute issues a statement on a National Competition Policy for the United States

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Following a series of Democratic stances during the presidential campaign, one of the leading US think tanks specialising in antitrust law (also with a Democratic orientation) has just published an important study in which the IAA calls for the definition of a "national competition policy" (i.e. a "national competition policy"). federal) because, among other things, "competition is now on the front pages of newspapers and concerns about increasing concentration, extraordinary profits at the top of firms, a slowdown in innovation, and growing income disparity and inequality have galvanized attention. " (See in particular, F. Souty, "U.S. Senate Hears DOJ

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François Souty, United States: The American Antitrust Institute issues a statement on a National Competition Policy for the United States, 28 September 2016, Concurrences Nº 4-2016, Art. N° 82153, pp. 216-218

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