Chickens, cars, and ‘climate cartels’: Is competition law stifling the greening of UK business?

UK competition law has reportedly been casting a chill over climate and environment collaborations between businesses, due to company fears of infringing rules intended to promote competition and protect consumers from cartels. But are the sands about to shift following new “refreshingly common sense” government guidance? David Burrows investigates.

by David Burrows

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