The round-table highlighted the importance of competition networks for small countries with limited resources. The debate is introduced with an illustration of the severe damage a German company suffered from anticompetitive behavior and is followed by a state of play of the development of international cooperation networks of different geographical levels.
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Pierre RAUCHS President of the Competition Council, Luxembourg
1. The Luxembourg Competition Council is a very small structure composed of four advisors, two investigators and a registrar. In its assessment of Luxembourg's National Reform Programme and Stability Programme 2013, the European Commission notes that "effective enforcement of competition rules would be strengthened with more staff" . What the Commission writes about the application of the competition rules obviously also applies to its active participation in the numerous cooperation networks, first and foremost the ECN (European Competition Network), but also the ICN
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