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U.S. antitrust nominee promises more aggressive enforcement

Would lift railroad's antitrust exemption

Christine Varney, nominated to become the U.S. Justice Department's antitrust chief, promised to be more aggressive in challenging anti-competitive mergers than former President George W. Bush's administration.  "We must rebalance legal and economic theories in antitrust analysis and enforcement," Varney told the Senate Judiciary Committee at her confirmation hearing Tuesday in Washington. With banks failing and some ...
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