Making Markets Work Well: The U.K. Market Investigations Regime
Andrea Coscelli and
CPI Journal, 2014, vol. 10
Competition policy is recognized by the U.K. government as a key driver of productivity and growth. The CMA's market investigations regime, which has had significant impact in the United Kingdom on a variety of key sectors such as groceries, airports, and banking, is a crucial tool in this regard.
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