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The May 2022 issue of Ashurst's competition law newsletter features some of the key recent competition law developments, including: an important ruling by the ECJ on what constitutes an "interested party" under Regulation 2015/1589; key reforms to the UK competition law and consumer law regimes; a decision by the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal in relation to anti-competitive manipulation of foreign exchange markets; and updates on recent antitrust fines in Australia, France and China. 

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