Anti-Trust Enforcement Through Consent Decrees

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New Procedure in Anti-Trust Prosecutions

With Approval last month by a federal court of two consent decrees entered into by the Department of Justice with the Ford Motor Company and the Chrysler Corporation respecting the relations of the two concerns with affiliated automobile finance companies, enforcement of federal anti-trust laws entered upon a new phase. In prosecuting these cases, the Department employed a new type of procedure which officials believe provides a means by which the anti-trust laws may be vitalized and the government's prosecution policy ...

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