Past and Future in the Evolution of US Policy in the Field of Competition
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American competition policy is based on three normative acts: The Sherman Act, The Clayton Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act, even though they will see many amendments and different interpretations with time. Competition regulation has evolved through the decisions of the American Courts of Justice through which the legislation was interpreted, as well as a result of the priorities and directorial paths of the implementing agencies.
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