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What Does CETA Mean for EU and Canadian Competition Policy?

Author: Mark C. Katz

With the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) having finally been signed by the EU and Canada on October 30, 2016, it’s worth exploring what it says about competition law and policy and how it may impact these issues on both sides of the Atlantic.

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