The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is on the warpath. It has a duty to prevent and reduce anti-competitive activities, and recent weeks have seen a concerted offensive to show it means business. One weapon it has deployed is an advertising campaign announcing a crackdown on cartels. Central to the campaign is the offer of up to £100,000 to incentivise people to blow the whistle.
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