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Monopolies and Mergers Commission


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Monopolies and Mergers Commission

Monopolies and Mergers Commission

Monopolies and Mergers Commission

Monopolies and Mergers Commission

Monopolies and Mergers Commission

Monopolies and Mergers Commission (UK)

PHILLIPS, Eric Lawrance (1909 - 2010), Secretary, Monopolies Commission, 1969–74; consultant to Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1974–75

ROSKILL, Ashton (Wentworth) (1902 - 1991), Chairman, Monopolies and Mergers Commission (formerly Monopolies Commission), 1965–75 (Part-time Member, 1960–65)

NIEDUSZYŃSKI, Anthony John (born 1939), Secretary to Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1993–96

CROFT, Roy Henry Francis (1936 - 2012), Member, Competition (formerly Monopolies and Mergers) Commission, 1995–2001

MONTGOMERY, John Duncan (born 1928), Member, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1989–95

BURTON, Neil Edward David (1930 - 1990), Secretary, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1981–86; retired

FLINT, Percy Sydney George (1921 - 1990), (Pip); Member, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, since 1986

WILLIAMS, Yvonne Lovat (1920 - 1994), Secretary, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1974–79, retired

HARRIS, Philip (1915 - 2008), Principal, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1977–85

SALMON, Neil Lawson (1921 - 1989), consultant; Member, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, since 1980

JARDINE, Christopher Willoughby (1911 - 1982), Assistant Secretary, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1975–76

BURBRIDGE, Stephen Nigel (born 1934), Secretary, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1986–93

BERTRAM, Robert David Darney (born 1941), Member, Competition (formerly Monopolies and Mergers) Commission, 1998–2005

 

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(MMC)

A UK body appointed to investigate monopolies, mergers, and anti-competitive practices referred to it by the Director General of Fair Trading or the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry. The MMC did not initiate its own inquiries, and its reports led to changes only through government action, legislation, or voluntary compliance to avoid these. The MMC was replaced by the Competition Commission in 1999.

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