The Romanian Government substantially amends its competition law (Emergency Ordinance 75/2010)

In line with the increased activity of the Romanian Competition Council (hereinafter, the “RCC”), translated into more sector inquiries, a new leniency policy (together with a “leniency task force”) [1] and the opening of several investigations, the Romanian Competition Law 21/1996 (hereinafter, the “Romanian Competition Law”) has been modified in turn so as to render national rules fully compatible with the EU competition rules and European Commission's practice. On 5 August 2010, the Government Emergency Ordinance 75/2010 amending the Romanian Competition Law (hereinafter, the “GEO”) entered into force. The modifications provided by the GEO are the consequence of the legal developments occurred during the past decade in the field of competition law, both at national and EU level. The most

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Florin Dorian Dascalescu, The Romanian Government substantially amends its competition law (Emergency Ordinance 75/2010), 6 July 2010, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2010, Art. N° 32451

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