EU Antitrust Enforcer Will Serve a Second Term and Take on Expanded Role
Margrethe Vestager, who as the enforcer of competition policy for the EU has taken on Big Tech, will remain in charge of EU competition policy for another five years and also become the EU's chief of digital policy.
Margrethe Vestager, who as the enforcer of competition policy for the EU has taken on such companies as Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google and Qualcomm, will remain in charge of EU competition policy for another five years and assume the additional role of the EU’s chief of digital policy, Ursula von der Leyen, the incoming president of the European Commission, announced on Tuesday.
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