Antitrust authorities must investigate the effect and purpose of an agreement to determine its legality.
There are strict antitrust laws designed to prevent it.
The US anti-trust regulators would never approve the deal.
But in the context of anti-trust law, it's a specific thing.
Remember anti-trust laws that prevent powerful monopolies from charging higher prices?
President Roosevelt believed the new company violated the Sherman Anti-Trust Law.
Instead, we're in for a battle fought on more traditional antitrust grounds.
But, CRS notes, antitrust actions against them would raise complex legal issues.
Fifty states and U.S. territories have opened an antitrust investigation into Google.
American antitrust law could apply to the big technology companies.
He also called for the Justice Department's antitrust division to launch an investigation.
They're called anti-trust laws because monopolies use to be called " trusts" .
它们被称为托拉斯法是因为垄断被称为" 托拉斯" 。
CNN is at the center of a huge antitrust dispute involving the federal government.
Mr. Simons, a longtime Republican antitrust lawyer, was sworn in to lead the agency.
We've played the game but in the context of anti-trust laws it's a specific thing.
She's a lawyer who has really helped shape the debate around Amazon and anti-trust laws.
The federal communications commission chairman and antitrust figure leaders, have said
Wilson proposed a new anti-trust law to control the actions of large companies.
She's a lawyer who has really shape the debate around Amazon and anti-trust law.
The EU anti-trust regulators ruled that Scania and the other companies had colluded for 14 years.
But this is the touch situation that anti-trust regulators find themselves in.
但这正是垄断监管机构目前所处的" 触身式" 境地。