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Competition Law Journal: Brexit Special Online Edition
This special online edition of the Competition Law Journal brings together three papers presented at the 2016 Junior Competition Conference focused on Brexit. Anneli Howard, Paul Johnson and Nicholas Queree address the complex inter-relationship between UK and EU competition law and the ramifications that Brexit will have on the competition landscape.
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