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The German Government submits a draft bill for a register of economic crimes and administrative offenses

Good things come to those who wait? - The German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy submits a draft bill for a so-called "register of competition"* The idea of a nationwide “register of corruption” has haunted the German procurement law world for years. Now the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy has got serious: On 20 February 2017 the ministry presented a draft bill (WRegG-E) for a law to establish a so-called “register of competition” (Wettbewerbsregister). According to this draft bill, the register is to be established in 2019. Different economic crimes and administrative offences may be registered. Besides administering registrations, the responsible register authority is also tasked with evaluating whether a company has implemented sufficient self-cleaning

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Pascal Friton, The German Government submits a draft bill for a register of economic crimes and administrative offenses, 20 February 2017, e-Competitions February 2017, Art. N° 83595

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