Beyond COVID-19: Crisis response or road to recovery?
Crisis response or road to recovery?
Antitrust laws exist in most countries around the world. Although these laws mostly share a common goal – to protect the functioning of markets and, ultimately, consumers – there is significant variance from one country to another in terms of the precise nature of the rules, the scope of the sanctions for infringing them and the extent to which they are actively enforced.
Understanding the risks your business faces and targeting your compliance efforts accordingly is critical to managing antitrust risk. The penalties for failing to comply can be severe.
We have produced a global ‘Antitrust risk map’ as part of our NRF Institute to help our clients navigate and understand the varying levels of antitrust risk, and competition laws in over 140 countries.
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As the global aviation industry looks towards post-pandemic recovery and less turbulent skies, it is the topic of decarbonisation that is increasingly top of everyone’s agenda. There have been a number of eye-catching announcements around the world in recent weeks, from United Airlines announcing its intention to purchase 100 electric aircraft, an increased focus on the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from several airlines, and Korean Air utilising the green bond markets.
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