The Dutch Competition Authority drafts guidelines on competition law and sustainability

Competition law and sustainability: Dutch authority makes headway with draft guidelines* From 9 July to 1 October 2020 the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) conducted a public consultation on its draft guidelines on applying EU competition rules to agreements promoting sustainability (Draft Guidelines). Against a wide background of political initiatives and binding duties to address sustainability, the ACM is the first competition authority to propose guidelines that depart from the European Commission (Commission) 2004 guidance limiting an exemption to efficiencies benefiting consumers (Article 101(3) TFEU Guidelines). The Hellenic Competition Commission has followed with an extensive staff discussion paper, while sustainability is also part of the Commission’s

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  • University of Tilburg - Center for Law and Economics (TILEC)

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Francisco Costa Cabral, The Dutch Competition Authority drafts guidelines on competition law and sustainability, 9 July 2020, e-Competitions July 2020, Art. N° 97229

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