Clinton Vows Vigorous Enforcement Of Mergers, Competition

Law360, New York (October 4, 2016, 1:25 PM EDT) -- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Monday called for an aggressive enforcement of merger review and antitrust laws, saying if she becomes president, she would work to promote competition and take on abuses of market power by acting at every level of government.

In a fact sheet outlining what she called her vision for a prosperous economy, Clinton said she would appoint strong leadership at the government’s antitrust agencies, ensure those agencies conduct post-merger reviews and expand on President Barack Obama’s recent administrative order to increase...
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