*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Competition Committee held its 113th session from 17 to 20 October 2011, with its regular configurations, two working groups devoted respectively to the issues of the relationship between competition law and regulation and to international cooperation in the implementation of competition law, and a committee in plenary session. In addition to several general forward-looking themes concerning the development of competition law in the current troubled economic period, a round table on excessive prices in the context of indivisible and regulated industries attracted particular attention, the second major debate of the session being a confrontation between
CASE COMMENTS: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS – OECD – COMPETITION LAW AND REGULATORY ISSUES
International Organizations – OECD: The 113th Competition Committee deals with competition law enforcement to network industries activities and competition-related regulatory issues namely in the areas of excessive pricing and has held hearings in the digital economy
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