Professional and Trade Associations Back on the Antitrust Front

In an article published in Competition Policy International (CPI), our partner Eduardo Frade discusses the return of professional and commercial associations to the center of anti-competitive debates.

“Trade and professional associations are a type of collaboration between competitors that generate several interesting and hard antitrust debates, still with diverging views on several topics. They can significantly foster competition but can also implicate serious concerns, from cartels, to concerted boycotts, exchange of sensitive information and market foreclosure.”

Full text is available here.

 

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