19th April 2011
Experts will review developments in predatory pricing cases in the EU and the UK: should the approaches differ when the alleged predator is a dominant incumbent or a new entrant; how do we analyse recoupment in related markets; and how should remedies be arranged in cases that are about entry rather than pricing? Is forcing exit a valid remedy? How can competition authorities determine whether entry is rational without incumbents exiting? What's the relevant cost benchmark when current revenues are below long-run expected revenues?
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