The Italian Government adopts a decree granting new powers to the NCA and removing certain restrictions to competition in the liberal professions (Bersani’s Decree Law)

The Italian government has adopted, on 30th June 2006, a decree containing urgent measures aimed, inter alia, to improve the state of the Italian economy. Some of the measures envisaged in the decree are relevant to competition law. Among these, the most significant are : the granting of new powers to the national competition authority (Autorita' Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, “AGCM”) ; the liberalization of certain aspects of the liberal professions. It must be noted that the decree only has provisional validity : it needs to be converted, within sixty days from its publication in the

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Paolisa Nebbia, The Italian Government adopts a decree granting new powers to the NCA and removing certain restrictions to competition in the liberal professions (Bersani’s Decree Law), 30 June 2006, e-Competitions June 2006, Art. N° 1387

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