Navigating Global Antitrust Regulations
The increasingly global nature of trade underscores an often problematic reality—that each country has a unique set of regulations. Practices encouraged in one nation or region might be restricted in another. One of the most fundamental areas of concern involves antitrust regulations, an increasingly fragmented playing field for those who do business internationally. Luke Froeb, William C. and Margaret W. Oehmig Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise and former director, bureau of economics for the FTC, talks about the problem of compliance with hundreds of often-conflicting antitrust laws around the world.
RIGHT: Luke M. Froeb, William C. and Margaret W. Oehmig Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise; Former Director, Bureau of Economics, FTC