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The internationalisation of competition law and multinational enterprises (MNEs) as non-state actors in the process

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The present article aims at giving an overview of the internationalisation of competition law with specific reference to the role of multinational enterprises (MNEs) as non-state actors in the process. The article highlights the increasing significance, which competition law has come to witness over the years. It looks into why the need to internationalise competition law has arisen and considers the process of globalisation and its implications for competition law and policy. The article shows that MNEs are important actors in the process of internationalisation and that an examination of the topic must be sensitive to the views and concerns of MNEs. It also shows that MNEs are a crucial variable in determining the extent to which competition law is internationalised.


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