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Competition laws outside the United States is the premier English-language treatise providing in-depth coverage of over 15 leading competition regimes worldwide with which U.S. business trades with extensively. Substantive areas covered include merger control, cartel enforcement, treatment of horizontal and vertical restraints, abuse of dominance, unfair trade practices, judicial procedure, and enforcement agency structure and operations. The new edition provides substantially greater depth and breadth of coverage than the prior edition and supplement, including an increased focus on intellectual property issues and amnesty and leniency programs. The new edition also will have increased global coverage, including China, Korea and Spain. Each chapter has been authored by leading competition law practitioners from their respective jurisdictions. Each country or jurisdiction is discussed in its own chapter with a similar structure for ease of use. The new two-volume edition will provide a complete revision of the prior edition and supplement, which were published in 2001 and 2005, respectively.
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