UK unlikely to take back control of liner block exemptions until 2021
Post-Brexit Britain will remain within the EU Consortia Block Exemption Regulation framework in the likely event that it is renewed later this year, but will be free to make its own rules on liner competition in four years’ time, according to a competition lawyer
‘The Competition and Markets Authority may or may not think about it, but my suspicion is that they will just keep the block exemptions in place,’ says Jeremy Robinson of WFW
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