The OECD holds a roundtable on evidentiary issues in proving dominance

Key documents: Executive Summary with key findings, Detailled Summary of the discussion, Background note Executive summary, by the Secretariat (1) Different jurisdictions use different definitions and tests to identify firms that are subject to single firm conduct provisions. Overall, competition regimes are converging toward the notion that single firm conduct provisions should be applied only to firms that have "substantial market power". Unilateral acts by a firm with a high degree of market power are much more likely to distort the competitive process and ultimately harm consumer welfare than conduct by a firm that has no or little market power. Competition laws and judicial practice use a wide range of different terms and definitions to identify firms that are subject to

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  • OECD - Competition Division (Paris)

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OECD, The OECD holds a roundtable on evidentiary issues in proving dominance, 1 June 2006, e-Competitions June 2006, Art. N° 85684

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