The EU Commission finds in a case concerning e-books that, given the nature of the relevant product, concerted practices covering a substantial part of the EEA may affect interstate trade (E-Books)

Sad but true* I love commitments decisions because they are a quick read. But I also hate dislike them because they leave the reader angry hungry for more. Some evidence: in the E-Books case, the effect on trade condition was deemed fulfilled under the simplest possible sort of analysis: (91) The Commission’s preliminary view was that the effect on trade of the concerted practice was

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  • European University Institute (Florence)

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Nicolas Petit, The EU Commission finds in a case concerning e-books that, given the nature of the relevant product, concerted practices covering a substantial part of the EEA may affect interstate trade (E-Books), 12 December 2012, e-Competitions December 2012, Art. N° 58999

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