Kamila Kloc-Evison

European Commission
National Expert

Kamila is Deputy Head of Cabinet of Vice-President of the European Commission Andrus Ansip, in charge of the Digital Single Market. She has been working at the Commission for more than ten years. She is also Assistant Professor at Warsaw School of Economics and she obtained a PhD in Economics from this same university.

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Articles

2825 Bulletin

Denis Corriveau, Enrique Sepulveda-Garcia, Kamila Kloc-Evison, Lucia Bonova The European Commission approves acquisition in the petrochemicals sector after in-depth investigation of the relevant geographic market (Ineos, Kerling)

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"Ineos/Kerling: Raising the standard for geographic market definition?"* On 30 January 2008, following an in-depth investigation, the Commission approved the acquisition of Kerling ASA (‘Kerling‘) - the polymer division of the Norwegian company Norsk Hydro - by the UK-based INEOS Group Limited (...)

Claes Bengtsson, Enrique Sepulveda-Garcia, Glykeria Demataki, Kamila Kloc-Evison, Sofia Alves The European Commission approves a merger in the manufacture of ethylene oxide and ethylene glycols illustrating the forward-looking nature of merger control analysis (Ineos / Dormagen)

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"Ineos/BP Dormagen: Illustrating the forward-looking nature of merger control analysis"* On 10 August 2006, the European Commission approved, after an in-depth investigation, the acquisition of BP’s ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol business, situated in Dormagen, Germany (“BP Dormagen”) by (...)

Enrique Sepulveda-Garcia, Kamila Kloc-Evison, Sandra Kijewski, Uli Wienrich The EU Commission conditionally clears a merger between companies both active in industrial and specialty gases including helium (Linde / BOC)

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"Linde/BOC: Concentration in the industries of industrial gases, specialty gases and helium"* On 6 June 2006, the European Commission approved, subject to conditions, the acquisition by Linde AG (“Linde”) of The BOC group (“BOC”). Both companies are active in industrial and specialty gases (...)

Christian Roques, Helena Larsson Haug, Kamila Kloc-Evison, Oliver Koch, Stefan Siebert The European Commission conditionally clears a merger in the consumer goods production (Procter & Gamble/Gillette)

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"Procter & Gamble/Gillette: the role of economic analysis in Phase I cases"* In July 2005, the European Commission has approved, subject to conditions, the acquisition of Gillette by Procter & Gamble. The merger creates one of the world’s biggest consumer goods producers with a combined (...)

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