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The EU Commission agrees to render public a report prepared by an independent group of experts concerning competition policy in the new trade order

Report of group of experts on competition policy in the new trade order* The successful conclusion of the Uruguay Round negotiations in December 1993 and the gradual reduction of state imposed trade barriers has put the spotlight firmly on related areas which could have the effect of distorting trade between countries. The Ministerial Conference in Marrakesh in April 1994, at the formal conclusion of the Uruguay Round and the launch of the WTO, identified a number of areas which required further examination. Competition policy was explicitly mentioned as one such area. In a world where business activities are increasingly being carried on a global scale, and where the ability of governments or even regional organizations, such as the EU, to monitor the activity of multinational

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  • DG COMP (Brussels)
  • DG COMP (Brussels)
  • International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT)
  • European Commission (Brussels)

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Claude Rakovsky, Brona Carton, Stefaan Depypere, Thinam Jakob, The EU Commission agrees to render public a report prepared by an independent group of experts concerning competition policy in the new trade order, 12 juillet 1995, e-Competitions July 1995, Art. N° 39582

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