Over the past few years, there have been indications of a certain ‘politicisation’ of antitrust policy. In addition to competition decisions making more headlines, parliaments are writing reports and hearing CEOs on antitrust issues, as trade tensions loom due to decisions on tax, subsidies and potential market intervention. Governments and politicians on both sides of the Atlantic have been outspoken on their views on enforcement.
We will be discussing these issues and more, including:
Sir Jonathan Faull
Dr. Salomé Cisnal De Ugarte
Global Head – Antitrust, Competition and Trade Group
Professor & Head of Department, Economics and Public Policy
Antitrust & Competition
Join the Chair and our expert panellists for their views on the politicisation of antitrust and competition regulation.
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