In the Competition Act 89 of 1998, the South African legislature has provided a framework for the development of a modern system of competition law in this country. The challenge is to understand the relation between law and economics, to grasp the economic consequences of decisions taken in terms of the Act, and to develop South African competition law into a coherent body. Competition Law provides a penetrating analysis of its subject and sets out the context in which the 1998 Act is to be interpreted and applied. This book is the leading work in this field.
Competition Law 1ed
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|Author||Campbell, Brassey et al|