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Blog Post | Competition Chronicle

South African Competition Law in the New World

Fasken
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Earlier this month, the South African Competition Tribunal found a firm guilty of abusing its dominance.  The firm was a small trader with a market share of 4.7%.  The illegal conduct comprised excessive pricing of face masks for a period of just over one month.  The investigation, prosecution and adjudication took less than three months. ... Continue Reading

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