Antitrust: Commission proposal to make national competition authorities even more effective enforcers for the benefit of jobs and growth* The European Commission has proposed new rules to enable Member States' competition authorities to be more effective enforcers of EU antitrust rules. The proposal seeks to make sure they have all the tools they require to achieve this. Commissioner in charge of competition policy, Margrethe Vestager said: "EU antitrust rules make markets work better, with Member States' competition authorities and the Commission working hand in hand in this regard. That is why we want all national competition authorities to be able to take decisions fully independently and have effective tools at their disposal to stop and sanction infringements. Because a
The EU Commission proposes new rules to enable national competition authorities to be more effective enforcers of EU antitrust rules
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