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U.S. Fights Canada's Bid For Retaliatory Tariffs In Response To Controversial Meat Labeling Rules
During a special session of the World Trade Organization's ("WTO") Dispute Settlement Body, the United States formally opposed Canada's bid for US$2.5 billion in annual retaliatory tariffs.
United States
25 Jun 2015
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DOJ And Congress Investigating Generic Drug Price Increases
The Justice Department is investigating generic drug companies for potential violations of antitrust laws related to sudden spikes in prices for what are usually lower-cost alternatives to brand-name drugs.
United States
20 Nov 2014
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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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CCP Finds Manufacturer And Marketer Of Toyota Vehicles Abused A Dominant Position
The Competition Commission of Pakistan has demonstrated its capacity to take cases involving some of the more complex competition prohibitions.
Pakistan
24 Apr 2014
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Africa Bulletin
This Africa Bulletin outlines in brief a few of the recent legislative, constitutional and commercial developments in Africa during the first half of 2013.
Worldwide
3 Jul 2013
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European Commission Provides New Guidance On Dawn Raids And Access To IT Data
The European Commission has issued revised guidance on the conduct of inspections at business premises.
United States
5 Jun 2013
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New 2013 Italian Antitrust And Competition Law Rules
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti's governmental decree on liberalization has recently become law, introducing a number of changes to the Italian antitrust and competition rules that had been originally laid down by the office of the Italian Antitrust Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, or "AGCM") at the time when Antonio Catricalà, today Vice-Secretary of the Council of Ministers, was the acting Chairman of the AGCM.
Italy
6 Jul 2012
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Fifth Circuit Grants NTSP Emergency Motion for Stay of Final Order
On February 1, 2006, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ("Fifth Circuit") granted North Texas Specialty Physicians' ("NTSP's") January 26, 2006 Emergency Motion for Stay of Final Order of the Federal Trade Commission Pending Judicial Review ("Motion"). The stay will remain in effect 90 days from the date the petition for review was granted, pending further order of the Fifth Circuit.
United States
17 Mar 2006
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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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