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Blog Post | Competition Chronicle

The Development of Characterisation in South African Competition Law

Fasken
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It is generally accepted that agreements between competitors to fix prices, allocate markets and collude on tenders almost always have harmful effects on competition. Competition laws in various jurisdictions have, therefore, been drafted to address this and, in turn, agreements or understandings between competitors which provide for price fixing, allocating of markets and / or... Continue Reading

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