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Categories:Competition/EU,UK

UK government consults on radical proposals to promote antitrust damages actions

The UK’s Department for Business, Innovation and Skills is seeking views on how to boost antitrust damages actions. As stated in the consultation document: “Research by the Office of Fair Trading shows that businesses view the present approach to private actions as one of the least effective aspects of the UK competition regime.” The consultation proposes a number of far-reaching and quite radical changes to the existing regime.

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