Policy and Regulation, UK

UK’s competition watchdog: fines unlikely for companies that meet new green guidance

Sarah Cardell, chief executive of the CMA
CMA chief executive Sarah Cardell says the regulator is exploring how to relax competition laws to help foster co-operation between businesses on climate change (Photo: Betty Laura Zapata/Bloomberg)

The CMA has published guidance explaining how businesses can work together to promote environmental sustainability without falling foul of the law

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority does not expect to take enforcement action against co-operation between companies working on green goals if they

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