Antitrust Law

An antitrust law is a law which aims to prevent companies from forming market monopolies.

In Switzerland, antitrust laws are enforced by the Competition Commission (German: Wettbewerbskommission, French: Commission de la concurrence. The cartel law (German: Kartellgesetz, French: Loi sur les cartels) forms the basis of Swiss anti-trust law.

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