The European Commission Vice President in charge with the competition policy delivers remarks on the development of cartel enforcement in the EU

Cartel Enforcement: In Europe, Like Canada, Cat & Mouse Game: Interesting Remarks by EU Competition Head Almunia* Earlier today (3 April 2014) I read remarks delivered by European Commission competition head Joaquin Almunia in Brussels on the topic of cartel enforcement (see: Fighting against cartels: A priority for the present and for the future). He discussed, among other things, recent European cartel cases, fines achieved, cartels in innovation and fast moving markets and recent detection strategies (see highlights at the bottom of this post). Readers of my blog will know that I both routinely counsel companies and associations on how to avoid competition law cartel risk and also find the topic rather fascinating in and of itself (perhaps the game theory). In Canada, we’ve

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Steve Szentesi, The European Commission Vice President in charge with the competition policy delivers remarks on the development of cartel enforcement in the EU, 3 April 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2014, Art. N° 65214

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