UK publishes consultation to promote private sector challenges to anti-competitive practices
On 24 April 2012, the UK government published a consultation paper on methods to promote private sector challenges to anti-competitive practices in the UK. This consultation comes shortly after the UK government announced proposed reforms to the institutional framework for the regulation and enforcement of competition law that it believes will deliver better outcomes for business, consumers and stimulate growth for the UK’s economy.
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