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Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

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There’s competition law everywhere,

Even in the stockpile of US diplomatic cables revealed by Wikileaks.

A document published by Wikilieaks reveals that in 2009, the US were concerned of the influence of the EU on the shaping of competition policies in Africa (through the Africomp programme).

“The United States may wish to consider becoming a donor member of AFRICOMP in terms of providing in-kind donations in the form of expert advice. Such advice could support the development of effective competition policies in Africa and ensure that European views on competition policy are not the only ones heard by AFRICOMP”

Thanks to my assistant Norman (and now fellow blogger) for the pointer.

 

Written by Nicolas Petit

18 November 2013 at 6:03 pm

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  1. Which reminds me to advertise the leading blog on African antitrust, edited by Andreas Stargard:

    http://africanantitrust.com/

    Alfonso Lamadrid

    18 November 2013 at 8:52 pm


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