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antitrust

[-trust′]
(in law) against the operation, establishment, or maintenance of a monopoly in the manufacture, production, or sale of a commodity, provision of a service, or practice of a profession.
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The ECJ ruled that one party to an agreement that contravenes EU competition law can sue for damages any other party to that agreement.
The advocacy session was conducted as part of an awareness program initiated by CCP to sensitize the business community on Competition Law by holding advocacy sessions at the leading Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the country.
Neil Warwick, partner specialising in EU and Competition Law at Bond Dickinson.
intervention, rather than by competition law procedures.
Property is not exempt from competition law, and anti-competitive restrictions may be challenged.
The guidelines are very useful when businesses are considering entering into agreements with competitors and set out how compliance with competition law can be assessed in such circumstances.
Martin Beck, resident representative of KAS Amman office, said: "The joint workshop is the result of a long cooperation between the two organizations on improving the Jordanian competition law.
Chairman CCP Khalid Mirza said, "Developing countries particularly in Asia are lagging behind for not having well-defined and efficient competition laws, however, the competition law enacted in Pakistan in 2007 is a comprehensive and effective piece of legislation to deal with the cartelisation, abuse of dominance and deceptive market practices".
Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS) (RBS) has been fined for breaching competition laws.
22, 2010 (TAP) - A seminar on "Policies and Competition Law in Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) Member Countries: Current Situation and Prospects" opened works on Monday in Tunis.
The UK Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is seeking responses on proposed changes to its guidance on director disqualification orders in competition law cases.
Law firm Pinsent Masons was delighted to assist in the drafting of the new Competition Law Code of Conduct for the construction sector in conjunction with industry bodies the UK Contractors Group (UKCG) and the National Federation of Builders (NFB).