UK Competitions and Markets Authority greenlights sustainability partnerships
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UK Competitions and Markets Authority greenlights sustainability partnerships

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The UK Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has published guidance to give firms greater clarity about agreements addressing environmental sustainability and announced that agreements that “genuinely contribute” to addressing climate change will be exempt from competition law.

The guidance – formally, ‘Guidance on the application of the Competition Act 1998 to environmental sustainability agreements’ – sets out the key principles businesses can use to inform decisions when working with other companies on environmental sustainability initiatives.

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