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This book focuses on the increasingly important topic of cooperation among the world's antitrust authorities. The subject is particularly important as the prevalence of multi-jurisdictional merger investigations grows and the antitrust enforcement authorities of the world place greater emphasis on the investigation and prosecution of international cartels. As antitrust matters have gone ever more global, antitrust enforcement authorities increasingly have touted the network of informal and formal cooperation among the world's antitrust authorities as a valuable tool for enhancing enforcement capabilities. Because enhanced enforcement has ramifications for all parties involved in an antitrust matter, knowing the particular ways in which cooperation may affect a given matter is particularly relevant. International Antitrust Cooperation Handbook helps U.S. and foreign antitrust counsel navigate through the maze of international cooperation agreements regularly used by antitrust enforcement agencies. It does so by outlining the analysis required to answer the practical questions that a practitioner faced with the possibility of antitrust agency cooperation needs to know.