From COMPETITION & REGULATORY LAW: Competition & Licensing: Why Is a Cartel Not a Cartel When at the Hands of Regulators?

“July 19, 2014 In Canada, the United States and many other open western and eastern economies we fortunately live in free markets. That is to say companies in any sector can enter, devise a new product (or improve on an existing products), compete and reap the free market rewards of doing so – with risk […]”

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