August 2013
Finweek;8/8/2013, p8
The article offers the author's insights on improving effective management of anti-competitive behavior such as price-fixing. The author believes that confiscating shareholder dividends would ensure operations to continuously contribute to gross domestic product (GPD) growth and development. He states that the fine imposed by the Competition Commission must be used to compensate the affected parties. He adds that whistle-blowers must be provided with rewards related to the resulting penalty. .


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