The EU Commission seeks feedback on commitments proposed by an electronic commerce company in e-book investigation (Amazon)

Antitrust: Commission seeks feedback on commitments offered by Amazon in e-book investigation* The European Commission is inviting comments on commitments offered by Amazon to address competition concerns relating to parity clauses in contracts with publishers. The clauses may breach EU antitrust rules and result in reduced competition among e-book distributors, and less consumer choice. The Commission has concerns relating to certain parity clauses contained in contracts between Amazon and publishers. These clauses, sometimes referred to as "most-favoured-nation" or "MFN" clauses, require publishers to inform Amazon about more

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European Commission, The EU Commission seeks feedback on commitments proposed by an electronic commerce company in e-book investigation (Amazon), 24 January 2017, e-Competitions Platforms, Art. N° 83105

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