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Competition Law

A central principle of our free market economy is competition—it motivates businesses to create newer and better products and to keep prices low in order to attract customers from competitors. Competition law protects competition by preventing and stopping anti competitive behaviour. This area of law has developed over many decades to protect competition and promote an environment in which people are free to start new businesses that can grow and succeed. Antitrust is a powerful legal tool, but just one of many legal and regulatory approaches that promote competition, innovation, diversity, choice, and fair pricing.

Competition Law Forum

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