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Merger Remedies: An overview of EU and national case law

When a concentration has a significant negative effect on effective competition in the market, parties may propose remedies (or in some jurisdictions remedies can be imposed by National Competition Authorities – NCAs) to eliminate these effects and thus to get clearance. Remedies is an important mechanism enabling parties and the economy to keep the efficiency benefits created by a concentration which otherwise would be blocked. Besides being effective, imposing remedies is the least burdensome way for NCAs to deal with restrictive concentrations. In this respect several NCAs published guidelines in order to guide parties and to better streamline this important process [1]. The aim of this foreword is to skim through the last six years of competition enforcement around the world

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  • Queen Mary University (London)

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Ioannis Kokkoris, Merger Remedies: An overview of EU and national case law, 18 August 2015, e-Competitions Merger Remedies, Art. N° 74992

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