A question of principle: Isolde Goggin

The chairperson of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission is calling on the government to give the body greater powers of sanction

3rd September, 2017
Isolde Goggin, chairperson, Competition and Consumer Protection Commission Pic: Fergal Phillips

It was never supposed to get this interesting, you’d have to think. Competition and consumer protection is one of those things that has always been there – rolling away in the background, keeping companies in line, another more or less featureless brick in the drab wall of contemporary regulation.

But in recent years, it’s all changed. The most obvious and immediate example of how competition has been thrust centre stage is the European...

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