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Experts Want Coordination Of Competition, Trade Policies

March 15, 2017, Law360

Deborah Garza is quoted in a Law360 article examining the new report released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s International Competition Policy Expert Group. According to Garza, who co-chairs the group, “The U.S. has long supported the use of antitrust law to promote competitive markets that drive economic development and prosperity.” She adds, “But there is legitimate concern that some countries may be using their competition laws to distort competition and to favor their own interests at the expense of U.S. companies and global prosperity.”

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