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  • Foreign investment gets political

    Across the Western world, politicians are getting nervous about the future place of their countries in the global economy. In 2014, the EU and the US economies combined accounted for 46% of global GDP, down from 60% in 2004[1]. Over the same period, China saw its share rise from 5% to 13%. In this context,…

  • Multilateral deals in a world of non-convergence

    Sir Philip Lowe addressed the theme of “120 Merger regimes: Multinational deals in a world of non-convergence: US, EU, Brazil, China…” at the GWU-Concurrences Conference in Washington on 19 September 2016. This snapshot is a redacted version of Sir Philip’s introductory speech in which he reviews the goal of global convergence in the treatment of…

  • Brexit Bowl: Competing Public Interests? Politics and Competition Enforcement

    What does Brexit mean for competition policy in the EU and UK? The issue has already formed part of the post-Brexit policy debate in the United Kingdom. This snapshot from FTI Consulting’s Senior Advisor, Sir Philip Lowe, a former Director General of the European Commission’s Competition department, looks at the issue of ‘public interest’ in…

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