Competition Law Annual Review 2018/2019

​2018 was an important year for competition law in Africa. Competition law spread across the continent with new legislation published, new authorities established and enforcement expanding at both a domestic and regional level.

Across Africa, 2019 is likely to be marked by strengthened enforcement efforts and an increase in the number of countries with active competition law regimes.

Being aware of potential competition law developments is becoming increasingly important - businesses need to exercise vigilance and adopt proactive strategies to manage risk. Our Competition Annual Review 2018/2019 provides insight into some of the most significant competition law developments of 2018 and what to expect from 2019.


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