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EU-Japan Competition Law Symposium:International Cartels: Enforcement Institutions and Policy Instruments (EC and Japanese laws and policies)
Regulation and enforcement of the Antimonooply Law on cartels - A Japanese Perspective

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Date / Time

April 16, 2008

Location

National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Soukairou Hall

Speaker

Eriko Watanabe

Hosted by

National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies

Co-hosted by

EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation
Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu

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