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As his term as a member of the Competition Appeal Tribunal comes to an end, Arthur Pryor reflects on how far the prohibition model of competition law has been successful under UK conditions. He believes the expectations of the reformers who introduced the 1998 Competition Act have been only partially realised and offers his thoughts on the strengths and weaknesses in the regime which is about to undergo a further round of reform.
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