The CMA needs to evolve and adapt its approach to the assessment of mergers in digital and other new markets to ensure that it is delivering on its duties to promote competition for the benefit of UK consumers. Whilst this is an ongoing process, the revised guidelines give the us the opportunity to set out in writing the current approach to the assessment of mergers.
Do you store your photos, music, videos and other precious items in the cloud? We’d like to hear about your experiences of cloud storage.
Here at the CMA, in these few months since our last Promoting Competition bulletin, we’ve continued to see a lot of activity and some big milestones.
Researching and booking a rental car isn’t always a straightforward experience:
What next for criminal cartel enforcement? CMA Cartels and Criminal Group head Stephen Blake reflects on the implications of the recently concluded galvanised steel tanks criminal case.
The past quarter has seen a lot of activity and some big milestones for our organisation.
All businesses must comply with competition law. Putting in place a compliance programme can help you to avoid the risk of breaking the law.
This Parliament ends on 30 March. Between then and the general election on 7 May is the pre-election period and the Civil Service communicates less, in line with the General Election Guidance.
“I can honestly say this is the best post I've ever read (and I've read loads!). From one consumer to another I would strongly recommend that you read it too.” … or is it?
Sarah from London needed to get hold of a plumber at short notice. Water was leaking from her shower into the flat below – and like an increasing number of people she used a review site to find a tradesperson.
Over the last few months, we've been exploring what problems people on low incomes across the UK face. Our conversations with people interested in these issues have highlighted redress as being really important for low income households.