Unfair Competition

Anti-competitive practices are business or government practices that unlawfully prevent or reduce competition in a market. The debate about the morality of certain business practices termed as being anti-competitive has continued both in the study of the history of economics and in the popular culture. Anti-trust laws differ among state and federal laws to ensure businesses do not engage in competitive practices that harm other, usually smaller, businesses or consumers. These laws are formed to promote healthy competition within a free market by limiting the abuse of monopoly power. Competition allows companies to compete in order for products and services …



UK in a Changing Europe · 24 January 2023 English

Six and a half years since the Brexit referendum, UK relations with the EU have still not settled into a coherent and consistent pattern. Partly, this is because the process …

could, for example, prompt concerns about unfair competition, leading to political tensions and the possibility

Eurojust: European Union's Judicial Cooperation Unit · 12 January 2023 English

The second instance court indicated that the damages are calculated on the basis of the claimed loss and the link between the actions of the accused. [...] Where the exact …

infringement of the right to trademark and unfair competition, and sentenced him to 24 months of 6 https://www services, of infringement of the Federal Law on Unfair Competition, and of infringement of the Federal Law on of infringement of the Federal Law against Unfair Competition. The court further turned to Articles 67(1)(i) secrets, industrial espionage, theft and unfair competition. The accused was a former employee of company

IISD: International Institute for Sustainable Development · 11 January 2023 English

This report presents and analyzes the sustainable production and consumption trends in the global cotton sector and includes a detailed exploration of how adopting voluntary sustainability standards (VSSs) can affect …

Organization, which act as watchdogs to prevent unfair competition through subsidies and other schemes that

CE Delft · 10 January 2023 English

In this report for the Foundation for Nature Conservation and Environmental Protection, we first provide an overview of the scope of the aviation sector in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France …

undertaken globally. This is because it minimises unfair competition and carbon leakage. Measures at the EU level

RSIS: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies · 9 January 2023 English

004 – 9 January 2023 The authors' views are their own and do not represent the official position of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies of the S. [...] …

ASMIATI MALIK argues that a common focus on unfair competition facilitated by illicit activities, as well fishing and aquaculture industries. While unfair competition and illicit activities remain distinct challenges animals such as danio rerio (zebrafish) and unfair competition between fishing companies. Similar to the

RISJ: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism · 6 January 2023 English

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on issues ranging from harmful content to unfair competition. Full implementation will take many years

EESC: European Economic and Social Committee · 21 December 2022 English

The EESC would like to stress that while The Commission recognises the the EU Youth Test is built on the key importance of checking the relevance for objectives of the …

impacted by the obligations opens the door to unfair competition. of the Proposal for a Directive. Such Instead

APF: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada · 20 December 2022 English

Municipal governments in South Korea has significantly increased tax donations to local will be able to use the HLDS funds to support and governments and contributed to more balanced protect …

successful launch of hometown tax donations. or unfair competition in selecting gift suppliers. Similarly, the

GI-TOC: Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime · 14 December 2022 English

4 THE GROWTH IN USE OF THE NORTH-WEST AFRICAN ROUTE The sharp increase in arrivals by the north-west African route since 2020 is the second time this has happened since …

situation was exacerbated by the pandemic. Unfair competition between artisanal fishermen and fishmongers

ETUI: European Trade Union Institute · 12 December 2022 English

Policy implications The risk created by expanding the labour pool to workers based in other countries can, if necessary, be dealt with by EU legislative action, for example, through substantive …

undermining employment standards and creating unfair competition. The risk created by the expansion of the undermining of employment standards and creating unfair competition. The autonomous and broad interpretation

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