Policy and Regulation

UK competition regulator to relax rules for companies collaborating on climate

The Competition and Markets Authority announces consultation on new antitrust guidance for deals that seek positive environmental outcomes.

UK Competition and Markets Authority chief executive Sarah Cardell says the watchdog could relax competition rules that are seen as preventing companies working together to counter climate change.

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