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Used Psychology
Posted - 11 June 2018 23:23
Extremely so.

Difference between market reporting on an anonymous basis and price signalling directly to your competitors.

Ask these people:

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/24/apple-google-settle-antitrust-la wsuit-hiring-collusion
Used Psychology
Posted - 11 June 2018 23:27
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Oh and the various arguments they will come up with to defend themselves didn't work in Treuhand or in football shirts either.
Ghosh
Posted - 11 June 2018 23:38
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Thanks UP

But if the hypothetical situation didn't go as far as as an agreement "not to hire each other's staff" but just to keep wages for similar jobs at similar levels to avoid salary escalation. That would be enough? In the UK, FAOD
Used Psychology
Posted - 11 June 2018 23:56
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Yep.

See the T-Mobile Netherlands case.

Even if UK only, would effect European market, or CMA would apply EU law in accordance with UK law.
bongsuhan
Posted - 12 June 2018 07:53
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"to avoid salary escalation"

This is the bad part btw.
Rhamnousia
Posted - 12 June 2018 09:05
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It's interesting that they're so obsessed with those stupid tables right up until their golfing buddy fancies a board level gig

"Well Sven offers a very deep knowledge of windows 8 and I think he merits the ranking"