The Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Paul Goldsmith, recently announced that the proposed amendments introduced under the Commerce (Cartels and Other Matters) Amendment Bill 2011, regarding the criminalisation of cartel conduct, will no longer proceed. The Minister came to the view that such sanctions risked a potential “chilling effect” on legitimate commercial activity, which [...]
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