The Spanish Parliament creates a new authority in charge of both competition and regulatory matters (National Markets and Competition Commission)

Spain: Creation of the new National Markets and Competition Commission, CNMC* On 4 June 2013, the Spanish Parliament adopted Act 3/2013 creating a new authority in charge of both competition and regulatory matters: the ComisiĆ³n Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia, CNMC (National Markets and Competition Commission). The new authority merges the current competition authority, the CNC, with several sectoral regulators responsible for Telecom, Energy, Railway, Postal, Audiovisual and Airports. It will thus have hybrid functions: enforcing competition rules and regulating economic sectors. The CNMC has a Council

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European Competition Network Brief, The Spanish Parliament creates a new authority in charge of both competition and regulatory matters (National Markets and Competition Commission), 4 June 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2013, Art. N° 53347

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