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Abuse of a Dominant Position: A Post-Intel Calm?

BY | March 13, 2019

By Giorgio Monti  While the Intel judgment might be a watershed moment for the ECJ’s interpretation of Article 102 TFEU, there may be risks that this development is countered by two trends:…

By Giorgio Monti 

While the Intel judgment might be a watershed moment for the ECJ’s interpretation of Article 102 TFEU, there may be risks that this development is countered by two trends: first, a concern by some competition agencies that a more aggressive approach is required to counter firms with exorbitant market power; second, a retreat to formalism by competition agencies who find the effects-based approach too problematic to implement. Moreover, for a proper integration of an effect

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