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Including 'social, governance' issues in antitrust could open ‘Pandora’s box,’ Germany's Mundt says

Making competition agencies account for “social and governance” issues in their enforcement could lead to “politicization” and should be avoided, Germany’s top regulator said.

Andreas Mundt said enforcers were incorporating environmental assessments in competition policy, but he noted environmental, social and governance, known as ESG, initiatives were broader, and the “S and

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