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Enforcers should coordinate to avoid deterring efficiencies, says Wick

April 5, 2016, Global Competition Review

Robert Wick recently spoke at “GCR Live: Cartels” and was quoted extensively in an article about the event. Without government enforcers coordinating during cartel investigations and follow-on actions, Wick says there is a risk of disproportionate punishment, “whether it’s criminal sentences or whether it’s fines that could be disproportionate.”

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