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Competition in the EU car sector - what's new
Sustainability and Competitiveness of EU Tourism
Sustainability of European tourism calls for pro-active co-operation among tourism enterprises, tourist destinations and national, regional and local ...
EU approval of six electricity capacity mechanisms to ensure security of supply
The European Commission approved on 7 February under EU State aid rules electricity capacity mechanisms in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Poland. ...
EU slaps anti-dumping duties on Chinese corrosion resistant steel
The EU Commission imposed definitive anti-dumping duties on corrosion resistant steel from China Thursday, after a probe confirmed that Chinese producers were ...
EU Court advisor upholds Intel appeal against record EU fine
Intel's appeal against the imposition by the EU of a EUR 1.06 billion fine for abuse of its dominant position should be referred back to the European Court of ...
Statement of Objections to Microsoft on non-compliance with browser choice commitments
The European Commission has informed Microsoft of its preliminary view that Microsoft has failed to comply with its commitments to offer users a choice screen ...
EU investigation against Google in relation to Android mobile operating system
The European Commission has opened formal proceedings against Google to investigate in-depth if the company’s conduct in relation to its Android mobile ...
Brussels opens probe into IKEA's tax affairs
The EU Commission opened an in-depth investigation Monday into the Netherlands' tax treatment of Inter IKEA, one of the two groups operating the IKEA business, ...
Brussels hails Amazon, Apple audiobooks deal
The European Commission welcomed Thursday an agreement to end all exclusivity obligations concerning audiobook supply and distribution between Amazon's ...
EU clears Rolls-Royce acquisition of ITP, subject to conditions
The EU Commission cleared Rolls-Royce's proposed acquisition of Spanish aircraft engine components maker ITP Wednesday, so long as it eliminates a conflict of ...
No fine for Gazprom as EU settles antitrust dispute
The EU Commission settled its antitrust dispute with Russia's Gazprom Thursday, imposing conditions on the state-controlled energy giant to enable free flow of ...
Facebook fined for misleading EU over WhatsApp
The European Commission fined Facebook EUR 110m Thursday for providing misleading information during the Commission's 2014 investigation of Facebook's ...
The European Union's competition policy
The European Commission, together with the national competition authorities, directly enforces EU competition rules, Articles 101-109 of the Treaty on the ...
EC approves Comcast's bid for Sky
The EU Commission has approved unconditionally the proposed acquisition of Sky by Comcast, a US based global media, technology and entertainment company, ...
Standing Up for Competition: Market Concentration, Regulation, and Europe's Quest for a New Industrial Policy
The pressure to reform EU competition policy is growing. After the failed merger of Alstom and Siemens, the French and German governments have called for a ...
The European Commission has published a six-monthly car price report since 1992. Since May 2007, the report has been published once a year. This initiative was ...
EU okays AB InBev-SABMiller deal, on conditions
Brussels gave AB InBev, the world's largest brewer, the green light Tuesday for a proposed acquisition of SABMiller, the second largest brewer -- so long as it ...
Amazon has to repay EUR 250m in tax benefits, says EU
Luxembourg has to recover some EUR 250m of tax benefits granted to Amazon, the EU ruled Wednesday, deemed illegal under EU rules, which allowed the firm to pay ...
Brussels to probe UK tax scheme for multinationals
The EU Commission opened an in-depth probe Thursday into a UK scheme that exempts certain transactions by multinational groups from the application of UK rules ...
McDonald's tax treatment in Luxembourg not illegal, says EU
The non-taxation of certain McDonald's profits in Luxembourg did not lead to illegal State aid, being in line with national tax laws and the Luxembourg-United ...
Deutsche Boerse - London Stock Exchange merger blocked by EU
Brussels blocked a proposed merger between Deutsche Boerse and the London Stock Exchange Wednesday, saying it would create a de facto monopoly in the markets ...
EU approves Fox takeover of Sky under Merger Regulation
The EU Commission has given its unconditional approval under the EU Merger Regulation of the proposed acquisition of Sky by U.S. media giant Twenty-First ...
EU clears Microsoft buy of LinkedIn
The EU Commission approved the acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft Tuesday, subject to conditions aimed at preserving competition between professional social ...
EU fines VW's Scania EUR 880m for trucks cartel
The EU Commission fined Scania EUR 880 million Wednesday for breaking EU antitrust rules by taking part in a truck pricing cartel and passing on new ...
Auditors look into enforcement of EU competition rules
The European Court of Auditors announced Tuesday it is to conduct an audit of whether the European Commission has been effective in enforcing EU competition ...
Local public support measures fall outside EU state aid control
When it comes to purely local operations of public support measures, EU Member States always have full autonomy to decide and invest state funds, the EU ...
IPA: Regional Competitiveness Operational Programme in Croatia
The overall objective of the Regional Competitiveness Operational Programme is to achieve higher competitiveness and a balanced regional development by ...
Brussels accepts Disney, Sony commitments on pay-TV
The European Commission accepted Thursday commitments offered by Disney, NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and Sky regarding concerns over film ...
EU fines car parts, car carrier cartels EUR 546m
The EU Commission fined Wednesday seven car supplying companies - shippers and suppliers of spark plug and braking systems - a total of EUR 546 million for ...
EU slaps more anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel, iron
The EU is to impose provisional anti-dumping duties on seamless pipes and tubes of iron and steel from China - typically used in power plants and in the oil ...
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