The demand for more in-depth analyses by competition law practitioners continues to increase as the Norwegian Competition Authority’s (NCA) taste for more advanced economics grows. Hence, the NCA asks for more information from parties, in particular in merger investigations, which, competition lawyers in Oslo believe, sometimes puts an unbalanced administrative burden on companies. At the same time, the lawyers also believe that the NCA has a very fast and efficient way of handling small uncomplicated mergers.
Learn more in the Handbook of Competition Economics’ chapter on Norway, written by Henrik Ballebye Okholm and Karl Lundvall.
The Handbook of Competition Economics is published by the Global Competition Review (GCR). Its expert-written specialist intelligence and research provides unique insights into, and analysis of, current and future competition economics trends.
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