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Antitrust Chronicle® – Foreign Direct Investment

BY | July 14, 2021

Dear Readers, Competition rules inevitably interact and come into conflict with other domains of economic regulation. This is very clear in the case of rules concerning government (and, in particular,…

Dear Readers,

Competition rules inevitably interact and come into conflict with other domains of economic regulation. This is very clear in the case of rules concerning government (and, in particular, foreign) subsidies. Both concern distortions of competition, but the former focuses on the conduct of private companies, whereas the latter constrains the actions of governments.

In the EU, for example, this dichotomy is reflected in the distinction between the antitrust rules (Articles 101 and 102

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