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Comp. laws are too focused on price: Lawson Hunter

News | 05/16/2022 7:21 pm EDT
Left to right: Lawson Hunter, Mark Schaan, and Vasiliki Bednar speaking at a panel on competition policy and the regulation of digital platforms at the 2022 International Institute of Communications Canada annual conference (photo The Wire Report).

Canada’s competition laws have become too sensitive to price, particularly in mergers, and should instead focus more on the role of innovation and change, according to a Canadian competition and regulatory lawyer.

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