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Delrahim stresses global efforts in fostering digital markets competition

In remarks on antitrust and the digital economy, Makan Delrahim, the Justice Department’s antitrust chief, spoke of the challenges that global enforcers face in coordinating efforts regarding digital markets.

Competition enforcers have common goals that include “protecting competition and consumers during an era of rapid technological change,” he said at Bocconi University on May 25 in Milan, Italy.

The US is governed by a bipartisan consensus that “focuses on an economic-based approach to enforcement,” he added. “[W]here there is no demonstrable harm to competition, we are...

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