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Submitted: 25 July 2017
UK Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) seeks clarity through consultation on leniency applications and concurrent powers.
Submitted: 29 March 2017
The new tool allows individuals to provide the European Commission with information on antitrust violations while maintaining their anonymity.
Submitted: 27 February 2017
The European Commission has confirmed it has more work to do in the financial services sector, despite the recent closure of the EURIBOR cartel investigation.
Submitted: 03 June 2016
The Belgian Competition Authority adopted a settlement decision concerning a cartel in river cruise services in Belgium, resulting in a total fine of €64,100.
Last Reviewed: 30 March 2016 / Submitted: 30 November 2015
Revised leniency guidelines inspired by the French and Dutch leniency regimes, the ECN Model Leniency Programme and the Belgian Competition Act take effect.
Submitted: 26 January 2016
28 National Competition Authorities need not assess a summary application in light of any wider immunity or leniency application to the European Commission.
Submitted: 11 January 2016
We pick out some of the diverse antitrust issues likely to be under the microscope during 2016 at EU level and in Belgium and the UK.
Submitted: 06 January 2016
The outlook for 2016 – the European Commission’s enforcement priorities.
The Belgian Competition Authority (BCA) in its new format has now been in existence for two years. Some clear trends are now apparent, which we expect to persist in 2016.
Submitted: 28 October 2015
Eight optical disc drive makers, seven of them headquartered outside Europe, were fined a total of €116m for their role in a global procurement cartel.
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