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Antitrust and Competition Law

In the United States and abroad, governments are increasingly attempting to use antitrust laws not for their intended purpose of protecting consumers from harmful anticompetitive conduct, but as a means to restructure the economy or punish particular businesses they disfavor.

The Litigation Center remains committed to ensuring that the antitrust laws apply predictably and fairly, for their intended purpose, and within their set limits. In litigation in the United States and overseas, the Chamber has taken a leading role in opposing the growing trend of agency overreach by antitrust authorities.

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