The U.S. and the EU have somewhat similar antitrust policies, and both have been globally influential. This article, however, argues that the differences between the two systems of antitrust are deep and fundamental and that convergence is therefore sharply constrained. We explore those contentions by examining differing goals, differing procedures, and differing policies.
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