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No two countries are the same when it comes to the institutional design of their regulatory and competition authorities. The UK Government is moving towards merging its two highly rated competition bodies, the Office of Fair Trading and the Competition Commission. This article gives an economist's view on the merger and looks at some of its likely costs and benefits.
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