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Competition (Practical Law Multi-jurisdictional Guide)

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  • National rules on merger control
  • Restrictive agreements and practices
  • Monopolies and abuse of market power
  • Joint ventures
  • Inter-agency co-operation
  • Flowcharts of the main regulations and administrative steps

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