Competition law

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Competition law is a law that stops companies from behaving in an anti-competitive way. Competition law is called antitrust law in the United States, and anti-monopoly law in China and Russia. It used to be called trade practices law in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the European Union, it is called both antitrust and competition law.[1][2]

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  2. "Antitrust".