The Spanish Competition Authorities approves recommendations for the Spanish public authorities in relation to the competition rules and informs of some of its priorities for the future

Summer months have been particularly quiet in Spain in terms of private and public antitrust enforcement. With extra time to reflect, the brand new unified Spanish Competition Authority (Comisión Nacional de Competencia, hereinafter “CNC”) has decided to use its powers under Article 26 of the Spanish Competition Act to pass a series of recommendations for the Spanish Public Authorities. The product of this exercise has been a report published on 18 June 2008. The report is meant to provide Spanish decision makers with a number of suggestions intended to foster efficient and pro-competition market regulation. Besides, the CNC has subtly informed the business and legal community of some of its priorities for the near future, since some of the recommendations made for law makers, come, at

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Aitor Montesa Lloreda, Angel Givaja Sanz, The Spanish Competition Authorities approves recommendations for the Spanish public authorities in relation to the competition rules and informs of some of its priorities for the future, 18 June 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2008, Art. N° 21858

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