The Atlantic Divide In Antitrust

Author: Daniel J. Gifford
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022617610X
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The book explores the main contested areas of contemporary antitrust: mergers, price discrimination, predatory pricing, exclusive supply, conditional rebating, intellectual property, and Schumpeterian competition.

The European Union

Author: European Commission. Delegation (U.S.)
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COMPETITION (ANTITRUST) An efficient competition policy has always been at
the heart of European integration, and it remains vital to the proper functioning of
Europe's single market and for the protection of its consumers. According to ...
The EU's July 3, 2001, decision blocking the GE/Honeywell merger is only the
first instance, in over 394 merger examinations up to that point involving at least
one US company, where the EU blocked a US approved merger. Monti says, "It
would ...

Europe And The United States

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade
Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160387159
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However, forces are arrayed on both sides of the industrial policy divide, and it
appears that some of the goals of traditional industrial policy will continue to be
pursued through the combination of protectionist external trade policies and the
... James K. Jackson further develops the topic of foreign direct investment in
Europe by examining the patterns of flows and their implications for investment
rules, competition (antitrust) policy, and the future of U.S.-EC economic relations.

The Transatlantic Partnership And The Significance Of The European Union To California And Its Economy

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EU competition policy has a dual objective. On the one hand, specific treaty
provisions outlaw ... The Commission may punish antitrust violators with heavy
fines. The Commission, like the United States ... in the EU's merger regulation).
The EU's July 3, 2001, decision blocking the GE/Honeywell merger is only the
first instance, in over 394 merger examinations up to that point involving at least
one US company, where the EU blocked a US approved merger. Monti says, “It
would ...

A Competition Policy For The Wto

Author: Philip Marsden
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The EU has admitted as much to its fellow WTO Members. Making a particularly
pointed reference to the American regime, the EU has stated that '[c]ompetition
law in the European Community and in many Member States provides that even
when the different distribution networks on a market are in line with antitrust law,
they can be condemned where access to the market is restricted by the
cumulative effect of parallel networks of similar agreements.'57 The divide
between the two ...

European University Institute Review

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The next three chapters (by Youri Devuyst, Pollack and Shaffer, and Michelle
Egan) examine transatlantic regulatory cooperation in competition policy,
biotechnology and standard-setting, all of which have been hypothesized as
promising area for ... In the area of competition policy, Youri Devuyst finds a
series of cooperative agreements between US and EU antitrust authorities, as
well as a series of relatively hamionious cooperative practices that approximate
as closely as one might ...

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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Proceedings and Debates of the ... Congress United States. Congress. also is a
comprehensive examination of the proposition that the major oil companies are
monopolistic and engaged in an anticompetitive conspiracy. Mr. Campbell's
thesis also addresses the assault on the marketing and refining tiers of the oil
industry. I could not agree more fully with Mr. Campbell's statement that: The goal
of antitrust . . . is that competition is to be conducted for its own sake and on its
own merits ...

Marketing

Author: George Hay Brown
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The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the conviction at the end of
February 1949,4 and a month later the Company announced that it would not
appeal further. Thus the ideas of the Antitrust Division as developed in this case
have prevailed, and will influence public policy and business conduct. They
deserve examination. The frequent references to this case in the important new
book, Maintaining Competition, by Corwin D. Edwards, leave us no doubt on this
score.6 The scope ...

Traffic World

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The pooling of the cargo and sales resources of these two 'giants' gives them an '
overwhelming competitive advantage' over other American-flag carriers. It is
wholly inconsistent with the public interest and established board policy to permit
such pooling to take place. . . ." Seaboard characterized itself as "a small cargo
carrier operating limited routes between the east coast of the U.S. and Europe." It
noted that it competed directly with Pan American in trans- Atlantic markets and
said ...