Antitrust Enforcement of the Prohibition of Excessive Prices: The Israeli Experience

@inproceedings{Spiegel2018AntitrustEO,
  title={Antitrust Enforcement of the Prohibition of Excessive Prices: The Israeli Experience},
  author={Y. Spiegel},
  year={2018}
}
Until recently, there was no antitrust enforcement of a prohibition of excessive pricing in Israel. However, in recent years, a large and growing number of motions to certify class actions alleging excessive prices have been filed, although so far, only one class action has been certified by the court and it may take years before a final verdict is issued. Given this trend and given that courts are yet to clarify what excessive prices are and when high prices are deemed excessive and violate… Expand
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