Competition law compliance: OFT investigates construction training services sector
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has launched an investigation into suspected anti-competitive conduct concerning provision of training services to the construction industry. The investigation relates to allegations that certain unnamed businesses have entered into anti-competitive agreements. Details are scant, but the OFT’s announcement suggests that its concerns focus on the activities of a trade association.
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