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Competition Law Compliance - A Quick Guide

 Office of Fair Trading
  5th-Oct-2017
Description: Competition law is designed to protect businesses and consumers from anti-competitive behaviour. The law stimulates effective competition in order to deliver open, dynamic markets and enhanced productivity, innovation and value for customers. All businesses must comply with competition law and there can be serious consequences for businesses and individuals (including directors) for non-compliance. This guide provides a basic overview of the law and outlines the steps you can take to comply. It may also help you to spot when others are engaging in illegal anti-competitive behaviour. This guide also provides you with details on what to do if you think your business or a competitor is breaking competition law.
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Domain: Business
Category: Entrepreneurial
Contributing Organization: Office of Fair Trading
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Contents:
Quick Guide to
Competition Law
Compliance
Protecting businesses and consumers
from anti-competitive behaviour

Quick Guide to
Competition Law Compliance
Competition law is designed to protect businesses and
consumers from anti-competitive behaviour. The law
stimulates effective competition in order to deliver open,
dynamic markets and enhanced productivity, innovation and
value for customers.
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