Video guides on illegal anti-competitive activities
- Competition and Markets Authority
- Part of:
- Cystadlu'n deg mewn busnes: cyngor i fusnesau bach, Competing fairly in business: advice for small businesses, Competition law compliance: guidance for businesses, Competition Act 98 and cartels guidance, and Competition law
- First published:
- 18 November 2015
These short animated videos explain the main principles of competition law and how they affect small businesses.
Competition plays a vital role in helping businesses grow and win new customers. Competition law exists to make sure businesses compete on a level playing field. It prevents their customers (other businesses or consumers) from losing out.
These animated videos by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) can help you understand why competition is good for business, and why certain behaviours are illegal.
Visit the CMA’s playlist on YouTube for a full list of videos.
Why competition is good for business
Dividing up and sharing markets
Bid-rigging and discussing tenders
Abuse of a dominant market position
Suppliers telling retailers what to charge
What happens if you break competition law
What you can do to comply with competition law
Published: 18 November 2015