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Congress addresses foreign antitrust against US companies

June 30, 2017, Global Competition Review

Deborah Garza is quoted in a Global Competition Review article following her testimony before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law where she presented the findings and recommendations of the International Competition Policy Expert Group's report on mitigating international abuses of competition law that harm U.S. companies. In her testimony, Garza agreed with the report’s finding on the “perceived” threat that other countries target U.S. companies. She highlighted that one recommendation in the ICPEG report was to create a working group in the White House to flesh out ideas and tackle the issue.

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