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Act should develop in line with South Africas growth

Because South Africa is a developing country, experts believe that it should have a Competition Act that can develop as the country grows. The Act needs to tackle the aims of seeking to encourage competition that is appropriate to the characteristics of the South African economy, says law firm Webber Wentzel partner: competition law practice group Daryl Dingley.

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