How competitors can work together to protect the economy and consumers from the coronavirus crisis

As the country finds itself in the midst of an economic and public health crisis, some have questioned whether competition laws could actually hinder the market’s ability to mitigate the hardships of the crisis by restricting rival firms from pooling information and resources, or formulating a joined-up response.

Read our guide where we look at what kind of temporary cooperation between rival businesses may be deemed acceptable during the crisis. In doing so we will focus on the recent guidance published by the Competition and Markets Authority on the subject. 


Date published

01 April 2020


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