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n Without Prejudice - Confidentiality claims and fair process : competition law

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Abstract

Confidentiality claims over information submitted to the competition authorities are of paramount importance. s49A of the Competition Act, 1998 confers on the commissioner a very wide power, namely that at any time during an investigation in terms of the Act, the Commissioner may summon any person who is believed to have in their possession any document that has a bearing on that subject, to deliver or to produce such document.

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2007-11-01
2016-12-06
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