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  The CNC recent published a report on competition in the agricultural sector, which can be found here.

  Member registration for the ICN Unilateral Conduct Workshop in Brussels, December 2-3, is requested by Sunday, October 31.  Information about the workshop is available here.  If you have any questions, please contact the host DG Competition of the European Commission.


October 25th, 2010

You are invited to a virtual celebration of the 9th anniversary of the founding of the International Competition Network — October 25, 2001. Please join consumers around the world in an informal, results-oriented, consensus-based celebration of the benefits of competition, the pursuit of procedural and substantive convergence, and experience sharing. We hope you enjoyed this […]

Unilateral Conduct in the Pharmaceutical Industry SAVE THE DATE — Tuesday, November 2, 2010 The Unilateral Conduct Working Group will present a teleseminar on unilateral conduct in the pharmaceutical industry. Speakers from the European Commission, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States will discuss whether certain practices are or are not anticompetitive and […]

2010 Cartel Workshop Materials

October 21st, 2010

  The JFTC has begun to post materials, such as speeches and presentations, from the recent ICN Cartel Workshop. They are available here.

  The Director General of the Swedish Competition Authority has posted his remarks from the recent ICN Cartel Workshop regarding the resolution of cartel cases.  The remarks can be found here.

 As one of its top priorities for this year, the Merger Working Group (MWG) is conducting a comprehensive assessment of its work product and ICN membership needs.  A survey on the MWG for all ICN members is available from the MWG’s webpage.  The MWG will analyze the information gathered in the survey to assess the […]

  The U.S. FTC has launched its official Facebook page for public news and events, which can be found here.   You can view the FTC’s page even if you are not a Facebook member.