EU Competition: The devil is in the detail
The legislation from the European Commission's 1999 White Paper on the reform of competition policy constitutes the biggest upheaval in EC enforcement policy since it began. Frank Fine looks at the consequences
On 1 May, 2004, companies with business activities in the European Union (EU) will face a new competition enforcement regime applicable to Articles 81 (prohibition of anti-competitive agreements) and 82 (abuse of dominant position) of the European Commission (EC) Treaty.
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