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“Antitrust in Emerging and Developing Countries” – New York, October 24, 2014

New York University School of Law and Concurrences Journal will launch the inaugural conference “Antitrust in Emerging and Developing Countries” at NYU School of Law in New York City on Friday, October 24, 2014. The conference will feature the law, practice and policy in several of the most antitrust-prominent developing nations, including China, India, Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa. In the last several years developing countries have acquired a high profile in the world of antitrust. Issues of context, resources, institutions and state of development present challenges to the newer authorities in making their markets work. Competition law enforcement presents cross-border business risks and counseling opportunities. The issues of competition policy in the context of various stages of development have been under-explored in the antitrust world in spite of their increasing relevance. The program aspires to bridge the gap and help policy makers and practitioners keep pace with the new reality. In addition to learning and sharing, the conference will present a unique occasion to network with some of the most knowledgeable and thoughtful leaders in competition and development in the world. The full conference program is available following this link.

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