structural remedies

structural remedies
Measures adopted by a competition authority which require some form of structural change on the part of the party or parties to whom the measures are directed, such as the divestment of assets. Structural remedies are to be distinguished from behavioural remedies, which are designed to regulate the future conduct of the relevant party or parties (for example, by regulating the prices which a party may charge), and which may require significant monitoring by the competition authority concerned.

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