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The Italian Competition Authority sends to the government its proposal aiming at removing potential legal or administrative burdens to the opening of markets and ensure the development of competition as well as promoting the economic recovery of the country

On 23 March 2021, the Italian Competition Authority (“ICA”) sent to the Italian government its proposals for changes to the Italian competition law for inclusion in the “annual law for competition” pursuant to Article 47 of Law 99/2009. The ICA reform proposals affect a broad variety of industries and are aimed at removing potential legal or administrative burdens to the opening of markets and ensure the development of competition as well as promoting the economic recovery of the country. The following proposals are particularly noteworthy. Various proposed amendments to the Italian Competition Law (No. 287/90). The ICA suggests to: i) Align Italian merger control rules to EU standards, in particular: a. replace the current test for substantive review of mergers consisting in the

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Veronica Pinotti, Martino Sforza, The Italian Competition Authority sends to the government its proposal aiming at removing potential legal or administrative burdens to the opening of markets and ensure the development of competition as well as promoting the economic recovery of the country, 23 March 2021, e-Competitions April 2021, Art. N° 99882

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