The title of David Lewis’s account of his time as the head of South Africa’s Competition Tribunal is wonderfully evocative. Polite company has been invited to dine but some are so greedy and brazen in their behaviour that they steal from others’ plates.
That corporate behaviour tends to be opportunistic, greedy and unprincipled must be a starting assumption of any competition authority. Otherwise, says Lewis, go home and work for the other side.
- Thieves at the Dinner Table : Enforcing the Competition Act – A Personal Account by David Lewis
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