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Dinner in honour of Pierre Régibeau

Dinner organised by Concurrences Review in partnership with Analysis Group, with keynote speaker Pierre Régibeau (Chief Econoist, DG COMP), Antoine Chapsal (Managing Principal, Analysis Group) and Marc Van Audenrode (Managing Principal, Analysis Group).

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SYNTHESIS

Antoine Chapsal’s first question to Pierre Régibeau concerned his view on the impact of the CET on the European Commission’s latest decisions and how he sees the CET rules evolving in the future.

The second part of the discussion will be about the complex mergers that have tested the boundaries of economic analysis and the main challenges that the CET is facing for the economic assessment of the new theory of harm in merger control.

The third part of the discussion concerns the main decision that the CET is involved in and the consequences of the DMA in terms of economic analysis.

Photos © Jan Van De Vel

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