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A New Treaty, A New Commissioner, A New Competition Policy?

BY | February 18, 2010

Christophe Lemaire, Simon Naudin, Feb 18, 2010 The impulse for change in competition law and policy should not be expected to come either from the entry into force of the…

Christophe Lemaire, Simon Naudin, Feb 18, 2010

The impulse for change in competition law and policy should not be expected to come either from the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, or from the nomination of Mr. Almunia, whose statements indicate that he does not intend to deviate substantially from the path followed by his predecessor.

 

However, the question may be asked whether more substantial changes should be anticipated as a result of the ever-increasing tension between the high

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