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Overhauls that Egypt Missed in Its New Amendments to the Egyptian Competition Law
 |  Apr 2, 2023

By Mariem Saad1   I. Background With the recent increase in investments across the African continent, it is vital that we view competition policy as a key driver of economic…

Wake Up, NIPOST! It’s Antitrust O’Clock!
 |  Sep 27, 2020

By ‘Damola Adediji & Folakunmi Pinheiro (Olaniwun Ajayi LP)1   Background In a manner reminiscent of the pre-2019 years, the Nigerian Postal Service (“NIPOST”) on July 24, 2020 unilaterally announced…

Enforcing Competition Law and Consumer Protection During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Africa: The Competition Authority of Kenya
 |  Aug 5, 2020

By Vellah Kedogo Kigwiru (Hochschule Für Politik)* I. Introduction This article discusses the measures and the actions that the Competition Authority of Kenya (“CAK”) has undertaken since COVID-19 was declared…

CPI Talks… with Chairman Amir Ibrahim
 |  Feb 14, 2020

…with Chairman Amir Ibrahim In this month’s edition of CPI Talks we have the pleasure of speaking with Mr. Amir Nabil Ibrahim, the Chairman of the Egyptian Competition Authority.

The Future of African Antitrust Enforcement
 |  Jul 24, 2015

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Heather Irvine, Jul 24, 2015 An important legal development for global investors into Africa is the increasing enforcement…