Antitrust Antitrust

Consumer's voice needs to be heard in antitrust and merger cases, UK's top regulator says

By Victoria Ibitoye
  • 09 Feb 2021 06:03
  • 09 Feb 2021 07:11
The consumer's voice is too silent in antitrust and merger cases, allowing businesses to fill the gap and try to influence regulators with their own arguments, the head of the UK's Competition and Markets Authority has warned.

Not having consumer representatives in the room also means that relevant evidence isn't part of

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Victoria Ibitoye

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Victoria covers mergers and acquisitions for MLex in London. Prior to joining MLex, Victoria was a city reporter at the Daily Mail covering transport, retail and writing the daily market report. Victoria holds a law degree from the University of Nottingham.

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