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Reiko Aoki, Japanese Fair Trade Commissioner

WASHINGTON – Japanese antitrust enforcers are finding ways to apply existing competition law to several unique challenges presented by the emerging digital economy, according to… Read More

Jacques Steenbergen, president of Belgium’s Competition Authority

WASHINGTON – The U.S.’s apparent suspicion about the potential anticompetitive nature of vertical mergers is raising eyebrows in Europe, according to Jacques Steenbergen, president of… Read More

Alexandre Barreto de Souza, President, Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence

WASHINGTON – Despite its ongoing economic crisis, Brazil has continued to invest in antitrust enforcement, according to one of its top competition officials. New technologies,… Read More

Brent Snyder‎, Chief Executive Officer, ‎Hong Kong Competition Commission

WASHINGTON – Since a competition ordinance in Hong Kong went into effect at the end of 2015, much has been accomplished, says the Competition Commission’s… Read More

Dr. Diana L. Moss, President, American Antitrust Institute

WASHINGTON – The past three-plus decades of antitrust enforcement have been too lax in the U.S., according to Diana L. Moss, PhD, president of the… Read More

Tommaso Valletti, Chief Competition Economist

WASHINGTON – Data indicating simultaneous increases in concentration and in margins over the past two decades have led to a global debate over how to… Read More

Dr. Zhan Hao, Beijing-based Anjie Law Firm Managing Partner

WASHINGTON – The current consolidation of China’s three antitrust agencies should result in more effective enforcement, according to attorney Zhan Hao, a managing partner with… Read More

Randy Tritell, Office of International Affairs Director, Federal Trade Commission

WASHINGTON – Pragmatism, standardized methods and transparency are three key priorities for the International Competition Network (ICN). “We’re very practically focused,” says Randy Tritell, who… Read More

John Pecman, Commissioner, Competition Bureau

WASHINGTON – The world’s oldest competition law is on the books in Canada, preceding the US Sherman Act by one year. In this video interview,… Read More