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Global cartel agencies retain strong enforcement appetite

Cartel fines across diverse jurisdictions around the world have continued to grab the headlines in 2017, with the European Commission breaking the USD2 billion barrier. 

But it is not the story of just one agency: mature and developing competition authorities alike continue to demonstrate an appetite for the detection and punishment of cartel behaviour and to feature this high on their priority enforcement agenda, recognising the need to bolster their arsenal of detection tools to meet the challenges of an increasingly sophisticated business environment.

Emerging trends 2018

 

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To discuss any points raised in this report, please contact one of our Global Antitrust team or your usual Allen & Overy contact.

 

Allen & Overy’s Global Antitrust and Competition team represents clients in the most high-profile international and national cartel investigations and subsequent litigation.

 


Read our previous reports on global cartel enforcement.​​

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