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Treatment of Efficiencies in the Competition Act—Consultation Paper

The treatment of efficiencies in competition law is highly complex. The drafters of the Competition Act adopted a unique approach to efficiencies in light of the Canadian economic context in the mid-1980s. However, the Canadian economy has evolved, and continues to do so, and there is a need to ensure that the legislation meets its stated goal of "promoting the efficiency and adaptability of the Canadian economy."

Date: 2004
Format: HTML
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