The European Commission proposes a directive for the harmonization of private enforcement of competition law within the EU

The Commission’s proposal for a directive on actions for damages caused by infringements of antitrust law in Member States* Infringements of antitrust law can cause serious harm to consumers and businesses in the European Union. Under EU law the victims of infringements of antitrust law can claim compensation for the actual loss, for loss of profit and payment of interest accruing from the moment of time the harm occurred until the moment compensation is paid. Actions for damages for an infringement of national and EU antitrust law are governed

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  • Vrije University of Amsterdam

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Marek Zilinsky, The European Commission proposes a directive for the harmonization of private enforcement of competition law within the EU, 11 June 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2013, Art. N° 57518

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