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Minority Interests in Competitors

29th March 2010

What is this event about?
Timely discussion of the OFT report by DotEcon, including current practice in relation to minority share ownerships ("MSOs"), interlocking directorates ("IDs"), loans to competitors and contracts for differences ("CfDs"), and the economic framework for analysing the competition effects of these instruments.

Please click here for the Minority interest in Competitors report.

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