Concentration issues remain in limbo

April 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Apr78, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p524
Academic Journal
Discusses indications that U.S. antitrust chief John H. Shenefield wants to try using existing laws to address business concentration issues before running to Congress for new laws. Government figures on mergers, conglomerates and concentration in 1976; Shenefield's apparent view of the issue as a problem of enforcement rather than a problem of inadequate laws.


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