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Uber official, others talk antitrust advocacy, regulation

It all depends on what the meaning of balanced is.

When the Justice Department gathered representatives of consumer, business and advocacy groups to discuss how to deal with regulations that hurt competition, most participants talked about taking a balanced approach. But there were vast differences in what that approach looked like.

The May 31 event was the last of a three-part series of roundtables on different aspects of antitrust policy. This one focused on anticompetitive regulations.  

Gail Levine, the head of US regulatory affairs for...

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