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How Competition Authorities can Enable Economic Transformation to Reduce Inequality: Some Examples from Africa

BY | December 9, 2019

Actions by competition authorities in Africa are contributing to transforming economic structures, giving more opportunities to the poor as buyers, entrepreneurs, and employees. In addition to the more direct link…

Actions by competition authorities in Africa are contributing to transforming economic structures, giving more opportunities to the poor as buyers, entrepreneurs, and employees. In addition to the more direct link between competition law enforcement and consumer welfare that can create benefits for the poor, competition authorities are using their advocacy, policy advice, and enforcement powers to create economic opportunities for the less well-off and allow them to contribute to the much-needed

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