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Georgia: Assessing the state of a seemingly anticompetitive market

 |  November 20, 2012

While antitrust legislation and cartel enforcement has been the talk among politicians in Georgia in the last few months, some experts see these talks as unconstructive. While Georgia may be known by some antitrust experts as having non-competitive markets, with cartels and monopolies throughout the nation, some question those claims, citing that the detection of a cartel is quite difficult, especially without a competition regulator. This piece takes a look at the current state of Georgia’s markets and assesses some potential lessons that may be learned for the future of the nation’s antitrust law.

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