19 Antitrust Bull. [i] (1974)

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Contents                               lAntitrust
Volume XIX, Number 1, Spring 197B                       letin
Special Issue-Foreign Antitrust
THE EMERGENCE OF A CANADIAN MERGER
POLICY: THE ERCO CASE
by D. G. McFetridge
PROPOSALS FOR A NEW COMPETITION POLICY
FOR CANADA FIRST STAGE, 1973
by The Canadian Department of
Consumer and Corporate Affairs                    13
CONSCIOUS PARALLELISM IN PRICING CEMENT
Decision at Preliminary Hearing, October 1, 1973
by Judge W. L. Camblin in Regina v.
Canada Cement Lafarge Limited et al.,
in Provincial Court (Criminal Division),
Judicial District of York, Canada                 55
EXCLUSIONARY ACTIVITY
Consent Order in Regina v. Canada Safeway
Limited
by Judge Moore in Supreme Court of
Alberta, Canada, October 5, 1973                  61
CONTROL OF CONCENTRATIONS BETWEEN
UNDERTAKINGS
A Proposal for a Regulation (ECC) of the
Council, the Commission of the Euro-
pean Communities                                   65
THE PRESENT STATUS OF EXCLUSIVE PATENT
LICENSING AGREEMENTS IN RELATION TO
THE RULES OF COMPETITION OF THE EEC
AS INDICATED BY FOUR RECENT DECISIONS
OF THE EEC COMMISSION
by Joseph D. Allen III                               81
THE NEW GERMAN ANTITRUST REFORM LAW
by Kurt E. Markert                                  135

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