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EU anti-dumping investigation into solar panel imports from China
The European Commission has aunched an anti-dumping investigation into imports of solar panels and their key components (i.e. solar cells and solar wafers) ...
EU probes Ryanair deal with Frankfurt-Hahn airport
The European Commission opened an in-depth investigation Friday to assess whether measures in favour of low-cost airline Ryanair at the German airport of ...
EU guidelines for state aid to airports and airlines
The European Commission adopted in February 2014 guidelines on how EU Member States can support airports and airlines in line with EU state aid rules. The ...
How to Preserve Trust in Anti-trust
Let it be known: yesterday was European Competition Day. With a one-day conference in Stockholm, hosted by the Swedish EU Presidency, the European Commission ...
Brussels approves Peugeot acquisition of Opel
The European Commission gave its unconditional approval to the acquisition of Opel by Peugeot Wednesday, concluding that the transaction raised no competition ...
EC infringement exercise concerning cross-border energy network access and regulated prices - briefing
The Commission has launched new infringement proceedings against 25 EU Member States for not complying with the EU legislation on the internal market for ...
EU proposes tax transparency for multinationals
Multi-national companies operating in Europe will be required to publish country-by-country information on the tax they pay, according to new proposals ...
Conditional EU approval for Bayer buy of Monsanto
The EU Commission approved Bayer's acquisition of Monsanto Wednesday, declaring itself satisfied with the parties' remedies, worth well over EUR 6 billion, to ...
Google's ad practices come under renewed EU fire
Google's comparison shopping and ads-related practices breach EU rules, the Commission said Thursday as it sent two statements of objections to the American ...
Modernisation of EU Trade Defence Instruments
The European Commission has made a proposal to adapt the EU's rulebook to tackle unfair competition from dumped and subsidised imports to the contemporary ...
Report on Competition Policy 2013
The Report on Competition policy, published annually, provides detailed information on the most important policy and legislative initiatives, and on decisions ...
Annual Report on Competition Policy 2013
The European Commission's 2013 report on competition policy shows that competition enforcement helps promoting growth and competitiveness across the EU.
EU fines car lighting systems cartel EUR 27m
The European Commission fined Automotive Lighting and Hella a total of EUR 27 million Wednesday for participating in a cartel concerning the supply of vehicle ...
The EU is committed to the liberalisation of international trade, but this depends on a level playing field between domestic and foreign producers based on ...
European anti-trust fines between predictability and unpredictability - the recent case of the detergent cartel
Companies and the scientific community have long criticized the Commission for its unpredictability when it comes to the calculation of anti-trust fines. At ...
EU antitrust regulators raid Romanian gas companies
The Commission confirms its officials carried out unannounced inspections on 6 June at the premises of several companies active in the supply and transport of ...
2016 State Aid Scoreboard
The 2016 State Aid Scoreboard, published today by the European Commission, shows the benefits of the State Aid Modernisation package taking place. Around 95% ...
EU anti-subsidy investigation on solar panel imports from China
The European Commission has launched an anti-subsidy ("countervailing duty") investigation into imports of solar panels and their key components (i.e. solar ...
Bayer - Monsanto: the Commission's competition concerns
The European Commission approved on 21 March under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of Monsanto by Bayer. The merger is conditional on the divestiture ...
EU record fine for TV and Computer price fixing cartel - Collective answers needed
Following today’s record EU EUR 1.47 billion fine for a 20 year cartel run by television and computer material producers, the European Consumer Organisation ...
Telecoms: Recommendation on relevant markets
The European Commission – in agreement with Member States - decided on 9 October that two telecom markets should no longer be subject to regulation in Europe, ...
Expert comment on Google appealing its £2.2bn EU fine
Zhewei Zhang, of Warwick Business School, Assistant Professor of Information Systems and researches digital innovation and design, comments on Google appealing ...
Barcelona, Real Madrid 'in breach of EU state aid rules'
Barcelona and Real Madrid were among seven Spanish football clubs deemed by the European Commission Monday to have been granted unfair advantage under EU state ...
Roche and Novartis lose Avastin case at EU Court
An agreement between pharma giants Roche and Novartis to reduce use of Avastin in ophthalmology and increase use of Lucentis could constitute restriction of ...
European competitiveness report 2006
The Competitiveness Report focuses mainly on analysing issues related to developments of productivity, as a key indicator for competitiveness over the long ...
The purpose of this consultation is to invite EU Member States and stakeholders to express their views on the issue of financial support for indirect emission ...
Non-EU gas pipelines set to come under EU law
Pipelines entering the EU from non-EU countries will come under EU law, including competition rules, following the EU Parliament's approval Wednesday of new ...
Expert comment on Amazon being ordered to pay back taxes by the EU
Expert comment on Amazon being ordered to pay back taxes by the EU from Louise Gracia, of Warwick Business School, who researches tax regulation.
Anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese solar panels
The European Commission has decided to impose provisional anti-dumping duties on imports of solar panels, cells and wafers from China.
Competition in transport: Freedom to supply services, competition, unfair pricing practices and free access to ocean trade
Council Regulation (EEC) No 4055/86 applies the principle of freedom to provide services to maritime transport between EU Member States and between Member ...
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