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Telecom & concerted practices: an overview of EU and national case law

I. Introduction From the very beginning of liberalization of the electronic communications sector in the 1990’s, competition law has played a key role, in particular by adopting decisions [1] and legislation [2] based on Article 106 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (“TFEU”) combined with Articles 101 and 102 TFEU. Today, the sector specific rules that regulate the electronic communications sector [3] are still largely built on competition law concepts such as market definition, significant market position, and remedies. The liberalization process originally led to an electronic communications sector that was largely characterized by a dichotomy between incumbent operators and new entrants. As a result, antitrust enforcement has largely focused on abuse of

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Bernard Amory, Laurent de Muyter, Telecom & concerted practices: an overview of EU and national case law, 6 August 2020, e-Competitions Telecom & Concerted practices, Art. N° 95135

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