By Thibault Larger and Christian Oliver | [email protected] and [email protected] | @frogontheroof | View in your browser GOOD MORNING and welcome to the second edition of Fair Play, POLITICO’s new competition newsletter, brought to you by Thibault Larger and Christian Oliver, with help from Cat Contiguglia, Margaret Harding McGill, John Hendel, Emmet Livingstone and Joshua Posaner | send tips to [email protected] and [email protected] and follow us @frogontheroof and @pepinbossu. We are not alone: It seems we have a Doppelgänger on the crowded streets of antitrust journalism: the Competition Commission of India also publishes a newsletter called Fair Play. If you are interested in the repercussions of the Al Faheem Meat Exports case of 2006, our Indian namesake is required reading. If you’re more into European telecoms consolidation, territorial supply constraints in the single market and the latest utterances on data from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, then you should stick with us. Share your views: Let us know what you think about Fair Play in this poll. And of course, if you have more detailed feedback please send us an email: [email protected] Also don’t forget we are eager for your op-eds too! HAPPENING THIS WEEK GAZPROM SETTLEMENT: Our colleague Anca Gurzu reports that this will come… Read full this story
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