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Recent Developments in Canadian Cartel Enforcement

Authors: Anita Banicevic and Mark C. Katz

2015 saw a number of interesting developments in cartel enforcement in Canada, the most important of which were setbacks suffered by Canadas competition authorities in two high-profile prosecutions. This article discusses these and other developments, following a brief overview of the cartel enforcement regime in Canada.

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