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Global Cartel Enforcement - 2013 Year in Review


08 January 2014

Prioritization and globalization drive higher fine totals from fewer investigations.  

Although the record-breaking fines of 2012 proved to be a tough act to follow, the era of aggressive antitrust enforcement continued in 2013. While fewer new investigations emerged this past year, authorities nonetheless imposed record-level penalties. It was a year defined primarily by the substantial regulatory settlements imposed against the global LIBOR and auto parts cartels.


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