CMA refuses probe into ‘monopolistic’ practices

CMA refuses probe into ‘monopolistic’ practices
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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has refused to open an investigation following NFRN members’ accusations that publishers and wholesalers are employing monopolistic business practices. The news comes after the federation submitted a case to the CMA last April detailing the impact of absolute territorial protection (ATP) on business.  Speaking at a Yorkshire district…

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By Megan Humphrey 11 Feb, 2019

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