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Competition Policy in the EU
Latest news on competition policy in the European Union.
Antitrust: EC policy paper on compensating consumer and business victims of competition breaches - guide
The European Commission on 3 April 2008 published a White Paper suggesting a new model for achieving compensation for consumers and businesses who are the ...
EU imposes new anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel
The EU Commission imposed anti-dumping duties on imports of heavy steel plates from China Tuesday, the latest in an unprecedented number of trade defence ...
Merck, GE and Canon in EU dock over merger rules
The European Commission sent three separate Statements of Objections to Merck and Sigma-Aldrich, General Electric and Canon Thursday alleging they breached EU ...
Brussels warns Airbnb over pricing policy
The EU Commission and consumer authorities called on online accommodation marketplace Airbnb Monday to align its terms and conditions with EU consumer rules ...
Google fined EUR 4.34 bn for breaching EU antitrust rules
The EU Commission fined Google EUR 4.34 billion Wednesday for using Android to cement its dominance of internet search by imposing restrictions on Android ...
Common Organisation of Agricultural Markets
The common organisation of agricultural markets in the European Union provides a single legal framework governing the domestic market, trade with third ...
New film support rules
The European Commission has adopted revised criteria for assessing under EU state aid rules Member States' support schemes in favour of films and other ...
EU hits car safety equipment suppliers with EUR 368m cartel fine
The EU Commission fined Autoliv and TRW EUR 368,277,000 for breaching EU antitrust rules Tuesday. Autoliv, TRW and Takata took part in two cartels to supply ...
State aid for Beziers airport, Ryanair link in EU probe
The European Commission opened an investigation Monday into whether operating aid granted to Béziers airport in France and marketing agreements with Ryanair ...
Regulation automatically approving aid for jobs and growth - guide
The European Commission has adopted a Regulation, which will come into force in the coming weeks, giving automatic approval for a range of state aid measures ...
Breakthrough for EU patent system
EU Member States have agreed on the main elements of the EU patent and a single European Patent Court. The agreement is seen as representing a significant ...
The new arrangements for applying the anti-trust procedures, which were introduced by Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2003, are designed to ensure more effective ...
Competition
Summaries of Legislation on EU's Competition policy.
EU Court upholds graphite cartel fines
The European Court of Justice has upheld fines, totaling EUR 101.4 million, imposed by the European Commission in 2003, on some of the region's top industrial ...
European Industrial Policy
The European Commission is presenting a new industrial policy to create a more suitable framework for European manufacturing. Establishing a solid and dynamic ...
The common organisation of agricultural markets in the European Union provides a single legal framework governing the domestic market, trade with third ...
Commission approves EUR 251 million aid for Gdansk shipyard in Poland - briefing
Following an in-depth investigation opened in June 2005, the European Commission has authorised under EC Treaty state aid rules various support measures worth ...
Report on functioning of Insurance Block Exemption Regulation
The European Commission has published a report focusing on the functioning of the Insurance Block Exemption Regulation, which exempts certain types of ...
EC prohibits MasterCard's intra-EEA Multilateral Interchange Fees - guide
The European Commission on 19 December 2007 decided that MasterCard's multilateral interchange fees (MIF) for cross-border payment card transactions with ...
Commission decisions on KBC, ING and Lloyds - briefing
The European Commission on 18 October approved the restructuring plan of Lloyds Banking Group, the ING restructuring plan and illiquid asset back-up facility, ...
Guidelines on regional state aid for 2014 - 2020 - Communication from the European Commission
The new Guidelines on national regional aid have been adopted on 19 June 2013 and will enter into force on 1 July 2014. The current regional aid guidelines, ...
Regional Aid Guidelines for 2014-2020
The European Commission has adopted guidelines on how Member States can grant investment aid to companies in order to support the development of disadvantaged ...
De minimis Regulation for services of general economic interest (SGEI)
Commission Regulation of 25.4.2012 on the application of Articles 107 and 108 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union to de minimis aid granted ...
The European Commission's Directorate-General for Competition has issued a review of the aid schemes introduced by EU Member States and approved by the ...
Brussels proposes new anti-dumping measures
The Commission proposed Wednesday changes to the EU's anti-dumping and anti-subsidy legislation to deal with over-capacity and a changing international legal ...
Brussels fines six car suppliers EUR 155m over cartels
The EU Commission fined six car suppliers a total of EUR 155m Wednesday for taking part in cartels supplying air conditioning and engine cooling components to ...
Competition Law - 7th Ed
* One of the most definitive and thorough books on competition law available, written by one of the world's most respected academics in the field, providing ...
Poland taken to EU Court of Justice over biofuel restrictions
Poland is being referred to the Court of Justice of the EU for establishing restrictions in Polish law against certain imported biofuels and raw materials for ...
EU complies with WTO Airbus rulings, wants US tariffs lifted
The governments of France and Spain agreed with Airbus Friday to modify the terms of a 'repayable launch investment' granted by them for development of the ...
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