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Self-Preferencing – Some Observations on the Push for Legislation at the...

While the debate on self-preferencing as a possible abuse of dominance under EU law is ongoing, various expert reports on antitrust enforcement...

Digital Platforms and Self-Preferencing

Due to their global economic significance and their attitude to concentrating economic power, digital platforms have triggered an unprecedented competition policy debate,...

Self-Preferencing: A German Perspective

Prohibiting self-preferencing should remain the exception. Under current law, the non-discrimination rule in Article 102(c) TFEU is arguably only applicable to self-preferencing...

Proposal for the Publication of a Guide to Regulate “Dawn Raids”...

By Juan David Gutiérrez (Avante Abogados)1   Plenty of water has run under the bridge since the Constitutional Court published its ruling in case C-165 of...

Competition Enforcement against Unfairly High Prices in China

By Yi XUE (Josh) & Tian GU (Zhong Lun Law Firm)1   Recently, the Anti-monopoly Bureau of the PRC State Administration for Market Regulation (“SAMR”) handed...

Foreign Subsidies Regulation: Making Sense of the Commission’s New White Paper

By Thomas Weck & Philipp Reinhold (Monopolies Commission)1   On June 17, 2020, the EU Commission published a new White Paper on the regulation of foreign...

State Aid: COVID-19 Temporary Framework

By S. Gerhard Dijkstra and M. Ibrahim Quadri (Cornerstone Research)1   Introduction Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several Member States have implemented measures to contain the spread...
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Collusion in the Labor Market: Intended and Unintended Consequences

In an effort to improve profits, employers sometimes collude in local labor markets. This has occurred recently in the markets for hardware...
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Monopsony Power and COVID-19: Should We Appoint Exempt Monopsonists to Deal...

The novel strain of coronavirus COVID-19 has upended countless areas of life, from home economics to the structure of global supply chains....
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No Poaching Agreements and Antitrust Enforcement

No-poaching agreements are agreements among rival employers to not recruit or hire another firm’s employees. These agreements affect the price of an...

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