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Parcel delivery firm Royal Mail is appealing a decision from U.K. communications regulator Ofcom, which determined the company sought to thwart wholesale customer Whistl from competing with its bulk mail delivery service.
The European Union has given member states the necessary resources and the independence to investigate and penalize companies that break EU competition laws, but a lack of consistency among the states could lead to confusion.
As Australia gets serious about enforcing its antitrust regulations, multinationals operating in the country are learning the hard way that the line between being considered a monopoly and a criminal cartel is surprisingly thin. Jaclyn Jaeger has more.