The OECD holds a roundtable on public and private antitrust enforcement in competition

Executive summary, by the Secretariat * Considering the discussion at the roundtable held by Working Party No.3 on Co-operation and Enforcement on 15 June 2015, the delegates’ submissions, the panellists’ presentations and the Secretariat’s background paper, several points are noted: (1) Private and public antitrust enforcement are complementary tools for effective compliance with antitrust laws. Public enforcement of antitrust laws is carried out by competition authorities and aims to serve the public interest. Private enforcement is based on claims for damages brought by private entities that have suffered harm from antitrust infringements and aims at compensation. Both public and private enforcement support effective compliance with antitrust laws. Although the aims of public and

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OECD, The OECD holds a roundtable on public and private antitrust enforcement in competition, 15 June 2015, e-Competitions June 2015, Art. N° 85574

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