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Comment: Australia's long march to criminal-cartel antitrust prosecutions faces a tough, final leg

By James Panichi and Laurel Henning
  • 01 Sep 2020 18:13
  • 02 Sep 2020 03:15
In 2009, a senior competition official addressed a conference in Sydney and spoke with the confidence of a cardplayer holding all the aces. The criminal-cartel provisions about to be enacted, the official said, would give Australia’s regulator additional grunt in its fight against price fixing, bid rigging and output restrictions — in

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