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n Without Prejudice - The dominant Computicket case - competition law

Volume 20 Number 2
  • ISSN : 1681-178X

Abstract

In the recent case of Computicket v the Competition Commission of South Africa (170/CAC/Feb19) [2019] ZACAC 4 (23 October 2019), the Competition Appeal Court was called on to analyse and explain the standard that must be met to establish an exclusionary abuse of dominance under South Africa’s Competition Act. The case provides insight into important practical and policy questions – what do we mean by “anti-competitive effects” and how high is the hurdle that must be cleared to establish such effects?

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2020-10-01

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