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Trends in competition law enforcement across Africa

Leslie Morphet, Hogan Lovells, February 2017

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Competition law is growing in Africa. According to a recent World Bank report, in 15 years the number of jurisdictions in Africa with competition law has almost trebled. A number of African countries have introduced or proposed new or updated legislation, and some jurisdictions have introduced guidelines and other policies to facilitate the operation of the legislation.

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