Competition Bureau releases updated abuse of dominance guidelines
Under the Act, abuse of dominance occurs when a dominant firm or group of firms in a market, engages in a practice of anti-competitive acts, with the result that competition has been or is likely to be lessened or prevented substantially.
The Bureau previously published its abuse of dominance guidelines on September 20, 2012, after public consultation.
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