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Most Favored Customer Clause and competition law: An overview of EU and national case law

2014-03-19

Table of contents I. Introduction II. What is an MFC? III. Exclusionary effects IV. Collusive effects V. Conclusions I. Introduction It is great honour and a great challenge to be asked to provide a forward to this special issue of the e-Competitions Bulletin on the most-favoured-customer clause (“MFC”) and competition law. It is an honour because this is an exciting area of competition law. MFCs have featured in competition policy for many years, and in fact decades. However, the growth of internet commerce has led to new business models in which MFCs have arisen and raised new competition issues. MFCs have consequently featured in a number of recent high-profile cases. For the same reason it is great challenge to attempt to summarise and elicit the key themes in an area of

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Justin Coombs, Most Favored Customer Clause and competition law: An overview of EU and national case law, 20 March 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin MFC clause, Art. N° 64758

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