Cart Europe's Cartels Away
It's an argument German authorities have made for years: Too much tooth-and-claw competition is a bad thing. What consumers really want, the Germans say, is high-quality (if costly) goods in an orderly market, not the rough-and-tumble rowdiness of Anglo-Saxon capitalism.
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