OTTAWA — Canada’s competition law is overdue for a review, according to the regulator charged with enforcing it. Governments in the U.S., U.K. and Europe are updating their antitrust rules to reflect an economy that is increasingly digital, and policymakers seeking to drive innovation and productivity here should follow suit, said commissioner Matthew Boswell. “Fundamentally, competition is the best protection that the Canadian public has in the modern economy.”
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