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Antitrust Damages’ Claims in Spain

By Francisco Marcos (IE Law School) After briefly describing the institutional and legal framework for antitrust damages claims in Spain, this article surveys the courts’...
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PNC To Buy US Branch Of Spain’s BBVA For $11.6B

Spanish financial group BBVA has agreed to sell its US business, BBVA USA Bancshares, to PNC Financial Services Group for US$11.6 billion, the Wall...
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Amazon Must Heed Mail Regulations, Says Spanish Watchdog

The Spanish antitrust watchdog stated that it had determined that US tech giant Amazon operates as a mail service in Spain and has to...

The Proof on the Quantification of the Damage in Assumptions of...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Proof on the Quantification of the Damage in Assumptions of Defense of Competition. (Spanish Law) By Enrique Sanjuan (University...

CPI Talks: Interview with José María Marín, President of the Spanish...

In this issue, CPI interviews President José María Marín about hot debated issues in Spain and Europe like new business models and the sharing...

Integrating Regulatory and Antitrust Powers: Does It Work? Case Studies from...

Elisa Mariscal, Sep 11, 2014 There are a wide variety of possible structures for regulatory regimes in countries. This article focuses on the analysis of...

The New Spanish Competition System

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Carlos Pascual Pons, Jul 10, 2008 The new Spanish Competition Act, which was unanimously...

Spain Appeals European Commission Decision Against Telefonica

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Robert Klotz, Nov 26, 2007 The Spanish Government recently decided to lodge an appeal...

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