(a) For the purpose of the exercise by the Attorney General of the enforcement functions
of the Attorney General under section 3206(6) of this title, all of the functions and powers of the Attorney General under the
Clayton Act are available to the Attorney General, irrespective of any jurisdictional
tests in the Clayton Act, including the power to take enforcement actions in the same
manner as if the violation had been a violation of the Clayton Act.
(b) All of the functions and powers of the Attorney General or the Assistant Attorney
General in charge of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice are available
to the Attorney General or to such Assistant Attorney General to investigate possible
violations under section 3206(6) of this title in the same manner as if such possible violations were possible violations
of the Clayton Act.
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