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【英文】莫卡特斯中心报告:反垄断全球化(25页)

英文研究报告 2021年06月09日 06:08 1 管理员

The United States stood virtually alone when it enacted its frst antitrust statute  in 1890. Today, almost all nations have adopted competition laws (the term used  in most other nations), and US antitrust agencies interact with foreign enforc- ers on a daily basis. This globalization of antitrust is becoming increasingly  important to the economic welfare of many nations, because major businesses  (in particular, massive digital platforms like Google and Facebook) face growing antitrust scrutiny by multiple enforcement regimes worldwide. As such, the  United States should take the lead in encouraging adoption of antitrust policies,  here and abroad, that are conducive to economic growth and innovation. 

Antitrust policies centered on promoting consumer welfare would be best suited to  advancing these desirable aims. Thus, the United States should oppose recent  eforts to turn antitrust into a regulatory system that seeks to advance many  objectives beyond consumer welfare. American antitrust enforcers should also  work with like-minded agencies—and within multilateral organizations such as  the International Competition Network and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development—to promote procedural fairness and the rule oflaw  in antitrust enforcement.

【英文】莫卡特斯中心报告:反垄断全球化(25页)

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