Cooperation, Comity, and Competition Policy: United States
This chapter begins with a brief discussion of the distinctive features of antitrust extraterritoriality as it has been experienced in the United States. It then discusses US appetite for extraterritoriality, the limits to judicial and enforcement comity, and the efforts by antitrust authorities to assist one another in fulfilling their independent objectives.
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