Latin America Column

7TH COMPETITION FORUM COLLOQUIUM – Pablo Trevisán & Laura Bierzychudek (Estudio Trevisán) Market Structure, Growth and Competition in the Supermarket sector in Latin America – Juan Delgado (Global Economics Group) CRCAL’s New Guideline on Barriers to Entry – Paolo Buccirossi (Director and Founder, Lear) The Guideline: Assessing Efficiencies Gains in Merger Rulings – Marc Ivaldi & Aleksandra Khimich […]

Europe Column

Cartel Leniency & Immunity: The Mysterious Case of the Missing Markers by Oliver Bretz & Sarah Long (Euclid Law) UK Retail Banking Investigation Fails to Meet Challenger Banks’ Expectations by James C. Cooper, Douglas H. Ginsburg, Bruce H. Kobayashi, Koren W. Wong-Ervin & Joshua D. Wright (Global Antitrust Institute, George Mason University) UK Retail Banking […]

Cartel Column

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Intro: Banks and State aid control in the EU: four years (and more?) of Temporary Framework

CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) presents: Banks and State aid control in the EU: four years (and more?) of Temporary Framework by Francois-Charles Laprevote (Cleary Gottlieb)   In our inaugural edition of CPI’s Europe column, we mark the fourth anniversary of the EU’s Temporary Framework on state aid rules. With a […]

ICN CWG: Past achievements and future challenges – European Commission’s perspective

Dec 10, 2012 CPI ICN Column edited by Maria Coppola (U.S. Federal Trade Commission) presents: ICN CWG: Past achievements and future challenges – European Commission’s perspective by Eric Van Ginderachter (European Commission) Over the last decade, the fight against cartels was amongst the priorities of many competition enforcers, and we have witnessed the flourishing of […]

Regional Competition Center for Latin America presents Guideline on Coordinated Effects Study in Merger Cases

Dec 10, 2012 Regional Competition Center for Latin America presents Guideline on Coordinated Effects Study in Merger Cases – Prepared by the CRCAL, with an introduction by Competition Policy International This month, the Regional Competition Center for Latin America (or CRCAL by its acronym in Spanish) continues its presentation of the different studies and guidelines […]

“From Collusion to Competition” – Third Issue

CPI Cartel Column edited by Rosa Abrantes-Metz (NYU Stern School of Business) presents the third issue of “From Collusion to Competition.” Welcome to the third issue of the monthly cartel column “From Collusion to Competition.” Today we have two excellent articles from Mexico. The first reviews the latest ICN Cartel Working group meeting which took […]

Second issue “From Collusion to Competition”

Welcome to the second issue of our monthly cartel column “From Collusion to Competition.”   This month we have two excellent articles from South Africa.  The first article discusses the recent procedural challenges that South African Competition Authorities have been facing when dealing with cartel cases related to complaints filed by the Competition Commission.  At […]

Fourth issue “From Collusion to Competition”

Welcome to the November Issue of our cartel column, “From Collusion To Competition.” This month’s issue is particularly special to me as it comes from beautiful Portugal, my native country. For that reason, our column will present three rather than two articles. Our first article is by Professor Manuel Sebastião, the President of the Portuguese […]

Another chapter in the EC’s commitments policy? The e-books commitments

Marcus Pollard, Rosario Maria Rende Granata, Nov 22, 2012 As the European Commission is set to accept an offer by Apple and four book publishers to end an antitrust investigation and avoid fines, Marcus Pollard and Rosario Maria Rende Granata (Linklaters LLP) introduce us to the specifics of the EU e-books case. They explain both […]