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The UK Telecom Regulator issues Draft Guidelines on the handling of competition complaints (Ofcom)

In the last edition of e-Competitions we discussed the UK government's recommendations (published in May 2006) concerning the concurrent powers of the competition authorities and sectoral regulators (See O. Fréget and R. Mooney, “The UK Department of Trade and Industry and HM Treasury examine the concurrent powers of the NCA and the sectoral regulators to enforce competition law (DTI/HM Treasury Report, May , e-Competitions, July 2006, Volume II, n° 1382). Subsequently, on 6 July 2006, the UK communications regulator, Ofcom, published, for consultation, its Draft Guidelines for the handling of competition complaints, and complaints and disputes concerning regulatory rules (the Guidelines). The Guidelines are intended to replace Ofcom's previous guidelines on the handling of

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Rachael Mooney, The UK Telecom Regulator issues Draft Guidelines on the handling of competition complaints (Ofcom), 6 July 2006, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2006, Art. N° 12143

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