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Competition Authority gets court order in flip flop case

UPDATE: The Competition Authority has for the first time formalised an agreement with a company following an investigation by successfully seeking an order from the High Court.

4th February, 2013

The Competition Authority has for the first time formalised an agreement with a company following an investigation by successfully seeking an order from the High Court.

Using a new provision in the competition acts, the High Court granted the order following an investigation by the authority into anti competitive practices at a footwear distributor.

The *Sunday Business Post* first reported *(subscription required)* in December that the authority was carrying out an investigation into Double Bay...

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