Competition Legislation

Competition Legislation

What is it?

Competition legislation in the European Union is continuously evolving, with the European Commission and Member States having agreed to review a number of the existing provisions. The Commission, together with the national competition authorities, directly enforces EU competition rules. Within the Commission, the Directorate-General for Competition is primarily responsible for these direct enforcement powers.

 

EPC statute discussion at the Competitiveness Council meeting on 3-4 December 2009

Primary policies and Issues: 
European Private Company
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Collective actions for damages for breach of antitrust rules at EU level

Primary policies and Issues: 
Competition Legislation
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European Commission’s White paper on damages actions for EC Anti-trust rules

Primary policies and Issues: 
Competition Legislation

Engineering Industries demand an EU Trade Policy which focused on competitiveness, growth and jobs

Primary policies and Issues: 
Trade Defence Instruments
Secondary policies and Issues: 

Commission TBR investigation concerning the granting of compulsory licences by Taiwan

Primary policies and Issues: 
[Anti-]Counterfeiting
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