John Oxenham, Director at Nortons Inc, was interviewed in an article published in The Deal magazine regarding Wal-Mart Stores Inc. agreeing to buy 51% of MAssmart Holdings Ltd in November last year.
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John Oxenham, Anthony Norton and Maria Celaya contribute the South African chapter of Getting the Deal Through: Cartel Regulation.
The Competition Tribunal has imposed the maximum penalty allowed in the Competition Act on a member of a cartel in the concrete pipes industry, notes a report on the Fin24.com site.
Anthony Norton, Director at Nortons Inc., was quoted in an Eye Witness News article about Pioneer Food group having 20 business days to pay a R195 million penalty for its role in a bread price-fixing cartel.
John Oxenham, director at Nortons Inc., was interviewed on e-TV on Pioneer Foods R195 million penalty for its role in a bread price-fixing cartel.
John Oxenham, Director at Nortons Incorporated, speaks to Semeyi Zake from Summit TV about what the Competition Amendment Act means for board members in South Africa.
Attorney John Oxenham said in Johannesburg on Friday that the new Consumer Protection Act (CPA) was likely to lead to an increase in consumer activism, would protect consumers from unconscionable, unfair, unreasonable, unjust or otherwise improper trade practices, as well a deceptive, misleading, unfair or fraudulent conduct.
John Oxenham, Director at Nortons Inc., was mentioned in a BizCommunity.com article following the Supreme Court of Appeal ruling in favour of Nu Metro and certain Hollywood film studios when it dismissed an appeal by Mr Video, which had rented out “parallel imported” DVDs.
ArcelorMittal has reached an agreement with gold producers Harmony Gold Mining and DRDGold, settling a long-running dispute over the pricing of flat steel products in South Africa.
BIG business was taken by surprise at the weekend when the Competition Amendment Bill, vetoed twice by the Presidency on fears it would not pass constitutional muster, was signed into law.