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European Antitrust Enforcers Move On Holders Of Big Data
For now, national competition authorities are taking the lead in understanding how the collection and use of big data might affect competition.
European Union
23 May 2016
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China Publishes Guidelines On Application Of The Anti-Monopoly Law To Intellectual Property Rights
After years of discussions, China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce finally has released its guidelines on the application of the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law to intellectual property rights.
China
24 Apr 2015
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Antitrust & Competition: Asia in Focus
A draft bill to further modernize Taiwan's primary competition law statute, the Fair Trade Act, has been sent to the Legislature for consideration.
Taiwan
25 Apr 2014
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SCC Finds Its Rhythm With Regular Cartel And Merger Investigations
The Competition Commission of Singapore has been relatively active recently in the cartel enforcement area.
Singapore
24 Apr 2014
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MYCC Discovers Truck Owners' Cartel
The Pan-Malaysia Truck Owners Association had decided that its members would increase their transportation charges by 15%.
Malaysia
24 Apr 2014
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ACCC Pursues A "Knowingly Concerned" Accessory To A Cartel
The ACCC filed proceedings against Australia's leading suppliers of laundry products alleging a "laundry detergent cartel."
Australia
22 Apr 2014
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Calculation Of Fines For Cartel Conduct
The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal has clarified the amount of fines that the Competition Commission of India can impose for cartel conduct.
India
22 Apr 2014
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Italian Antitrust Authority Imposes € 22 Million in Fines on Ten-year LPG Cartel
On March 24, 2010, the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) issued a decision finding the three main Italian liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) suppliers guilty of setting up a cartel to fix the prices of LPG in cylinders and small tanks to be sold in the Italian market, thus infringing Article 101 of the EU Treaty (formerly Article 81).
Italy
19 Apr 2010
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Italian Antitrust Authority Imposes € 22 Million in Fines on Ten-year LPG Cartel
On March 24, 2010, the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) issued a decision finding the three main Italian liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) suppliers guilty of setting up a cartel to fix the prices of LPG in cylinders and small tanks to be sold in the Italian market, thus infringing Article 101 of the EU Treaty (formerly Article 81).
Italy
14 Apr 2010
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ALJ Orders Divestiture of Highland Park Hospital
A Federal Trade Commission administrative law judge ordered Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Corporation (ENH) to divest Highland Park Hospital, ruling that ENH's acquisition of Highland Park Hospital resulted in "substantially lessened competition" and higher prices for insurers and healthcare consumers for general acute care inpatient services sold to managed care organizations.
United States
22 Nov 2005
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