Protection laws aren’t helping healthy competition, says Graham Chase

The Competition Act 1998 identifies that open and vigorous competition is good for consumers because it results in lower prices, new products, better quality and more choice. It is also good for fair-dealing businesses that flourish when markets are competitive.

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