Luca Di Martile

DG COMP (Brussels)
Economic Analyst

Luca Di Martile is Economic Analyst at the Chief Economist Team of DG Competition since 2014. He graduated with a B.Sc specialized in economics at the Università Commerciale ’Luigi Bocconi’ and a M.Sc at the University of Amsterdam.

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Articles

391 Bulletin

Benno Bühler, Luca Aguzzoni, Luca Di Martile The EU Commission study analyzes two national telecom merger cases, and finds an associated increase in prices in the Netherlands case, but not in the Austria case (T-Mobile / Orange), (T-Mobile / tele.ring)

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Ex post analysis of two mobile telecom mergers: T-Mobile/tele.ring in Austria and T-Mobile/Orange in the Netherlands* In a nutshell: Ex post evaluation of merger decisions is a valuable tool for improving the understanding of markets and to assess merger control policy. To provide reliable (...)

Jean-Christophe Mauger, Katarzyna Tosza, Luca Di Martile, Mauro Sibilia, Szabolcs Lorincz The EU Commission approves the creation of a joint venture between two of the world’s leading coffee manufacturers, subject to conditions (DEMB / Mondelēz)

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"Some like it hot! – coffee merger between DEMB and Mondelēz"* In a nutshell Coffee products belong to a differentiated market where the evaluation of closeness of competition is key to the competitive assessment. Internal documents, views of market participants and economic analysis (...)

Arthur Stril, Geneviève Lallemand-Kirche, Laura Seritti, Luca Di Martile, Michael-Karl Pieber The EU Commission approves the acquisition of several chemical businesses, subject to conditions (Huntsman / Rockwood)

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"The "White Powder" Case: Balancing the Evidence"* The Huntsman- Rockwood TiO2 merger provides lessons for future chemical cases on the following topics: 1) The use of market features and price correlation to define relevant market. 2) Competition by Chinese products in the European (...)

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