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The globalization of trade constitutes a challenge for competition policies, still based on the nation state. By dissociating the territory where they are decided from the geographical space where they produce their effects, they reveal the inadequacy of internal control instruments and complicate the commercial strategies of companies. The possibility of negotiating an international agreement on competition law, in a plurilateral framework of which the WTO would be the main institutional framework, is mentioned.