Malta competition law and Human rights: Some insights

Synthesis The following is the fruit of the author's experience in preceding over the Commission for Fair Trading of Malta since its inception. The analysis attempts to identify gaps and other short-comings in the existing regime with an eye on issues relating to Human Rights. I. PROPER CONTEXT Presiding over the Commission for Fair Trading of Malta since its very inception offers one particular advantage that stands out with distinction. This particular onus presents a singular vantage point that helps the incumbent in no small manner to gradually acquire a general overview of the many-faceted issues that emerge in this particular field of law. It intrinsically affords a uniquely unobtrusive yet very palpable benefit that not only leads to the gradual formation of the general

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Silvio Meli, Malta competition law and Human rights: Some insights, 2006, e-Competitions Bulletin Legal privilege, Art. N° 15590

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