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U.S. Chamber of Commerce drills into antitrust and trade

August 30, 2016, Global Competition Review

Deborah Garza is quoted in a Global Competition Review article regarding the formation of the U.S. Chamber’s bi-partisan group of leading antitrust and competition experts. According to Garza, there are “across-the-board” bipartisan views when it comes to the issues identified by the U.S. Chamber in the area of international antitrust. She continues, there is “a lot of consensus on things like due process and not using competition law for non-competition law objectives.”

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