The Belgian Government sees the act transposing the ECN+ Directive and introducing several other amendments to competition law and the criminal code enter into force

On 17 March 2022, the Belgian Act transposing the ECN+ Directive and also introducing several other amendments to Belgian Competition law (ie, Book IV of the Code on Economic Law) and the Belgian Criminal Code entered into force. Key takeaways The ECN+ Directive aims to empower EU National Competition Authorities to enforce competition law by providing them with the necessary resources and independence to enforce the law to ensure the proper functioning of the internal market. The ECN+ Directive has now been transposed into Belgian

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Annick Vroninks, The Belgian Government sees the act transposing the ECN+ Directive and introducing several other amendments to competition law and the criminal code enter into force, 17 March 2022, e-Competitions March 2022, Art. N° 106311

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