NEW YORK -- The food industry is unlikely to see any dramatic changes in the way antitrust laws are interpreted over the four years of the Bush Administration, a Republican member of the Federal Trade Commission said here last week. "I could be wrong, but my prediction is there will be no dramatic changes in the thrust of antitrust enforcement over the next four years," Thomas Leary, one of five FTC commissioners, told an audience at last week's Food & Drug Retailing Conference ...

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