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Commission anti-trust decision against Telefonica - frequently asked questions
European Commission fine of EUR 151 million against Spanish telecom group Telefonica.
The European Commission has published a six-monthly car price report since 1992. From May 2007 the report is published once a year. This initiative was ...
EU antitrust investigations to target e-commerce sites
EU competition authorities are looking to target their enforcement of EU antitrust rules at e-commerce markets, following publication of the Commission's final ...
Revised EU competition rules for the motor vehicle sector - briefing
The European Commission has adopted new competition rules for agreements between vehicle manufacturers and their authorised dealers, repairers and spare parts ...
Give us the tools to combat unfair trade, says Brussels
The EU Commission called on Member States Wednesday to support its efforts to provide the EU with stronger and more robust defence instruments against unfair ...
Brussels launches 'eLeniency' tool to help break cartels
A new online 'eLeniency' tool, launched by the EU on Tuesday, is aimed at making it it easier for companies and lawyers to submit documents as part of leniency ...
EU welcomes G20 forum deal on steel over-capacity
The European Commission welcomed Friday the agreement by the G20's Global Forum to wide-ranging policy solutions to tackle global steel over-capacity, to be ...
Google proposals on display of search rivals
The European Commission has obtained an improved commitments proposal from Google in the context of the ongoing antitrust investigation on online search and ...
Google hit by EU anti-trust charges over Android
The European Commission accused Google Wednesday of breaching EU antitrust rules, 'abusing its dominant position' in the Android market by imposing various ...
Brussels opens probe into geo-blocking in online sales
The EU Commission launched three separate investigations Thursday to assess if certain online sales practices prevent consumers from enjoying cross-border ...
Brussels opens probe into airline ticket distribution services
The EU has opened a formal investigation into whether agreements between booking system providers Amadeus and Sabre and airlines and travel agents restrict ...
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 ...
Gazprom reaches provisional gas deal with EU
The provisional deal reached between Russian gas giant Gazprom and the EU Monday will enable the free flow of gas in Central and Eastern Europe at competitive ...
New charges against Google
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has taken an important step towards prohibiting Google from illegally damaging competition, innovation and ...
New Commission Anti-Dumping proposal undermines legal certainty in EU trade defence policy
Following publication of the European Commission's changes to the EU anti-dumping legislation - designed to render China’s demand for Market Economy Status ...
FairSearch reaction to Google decision and press conference announcement
The European Commission took action on 27 June to prohibit Google's illegal search manipulation practices and to restore competition on the merits to Google's ...
Consumers and farmers disadvantaged if agriculture exempted from competition rules
Speaking today, EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren warned of the potential unforeseen consequences of pressure from the European Parliament in ...
European Bicycle Manufacturers Association welcomes EU Expiry Review of dumped bicycles from China
Moreno Fioravanti, Secretary General of the European Bicycle Manufacturers Association (EBMA) said: "The EBMA applauds today's European Commission decision to ...
China divides the EU and U.S. with visions of unlimited dumping possibilities
Applying a "divide et impera" strategy, China yesterday notified the WTO of a panel request against the EU with the aim to be treated as a market economy in ...
State aid: Horserace betting levies must be fully compliant with EU state aid rules
The industry bodies representing the leading European online betting operators are concerned about today's European Commission decision that confirms a French ...
Brussels okays Slovakia state aid to Jaguar Land Rover
The EU Commission gave its approval Thursday to Slovakia's EUR 125 million investment aid to Jaguar Land Rover, saying it is in line with EU State aid rules, ...
Online hotel booking under EU scrutiny
The European Commission and ten national competition authorities published a report on competition in the online hotel booking sector Thursday, highlighting ...
Draft de-minimis Regulation needs some improvements, says UEAPME
UEAPME, the European craft and SME employers' organisation, reacts in a generally positive manner to the draft proposal of the European Commission for a ...
New de minimis regulation on State aid receives lukewarm welcome from SMEs - UEAPME
UEAPME, the European craft and SME employers’ organisation, gave a lukewarm welcome to the new de minimis Regulation on State aid, adopted yesterday by the ...
Commission sector inquiry into mechanisms to ensure electricity supplies
The European Commission has launched a state aid sector inquiry into national measures to ensure that adequate capacity to produce electricity is available at ...
You as an individual can help in the fight against cartels and other anti-competitive practices in the European Union, such as agreeing on prices or ...
Enforcement of EU competition rules
The European Commission has adopted a Communication identifying areas for action to enhance the enforcement of EU antitrust rules by national competition ...
EU merger control rules improvements
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on proposals to improve merger control at EU level outlined in a White Paper.
Revised guidelines for supporting firms in difficulty
The European Commission has revised its rules for assessing Member States' support measures to rescue and restructure companies in difficulty. The new ...
EU extends anti-dumping measures on Chinese steel
The European Commission on Tuesday prolonged for another five years the existing anti-dumping measures on Chinese imports of seamless pipes and tubes of ...
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