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I. INTRODUCTION Over the years since the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community came into force, the EU Courts have regularly been called upon to engage with the ‘dichotomy between restriction of competition by object and restriction by effect’1 set out in what is now Article 101 of...
Abstract In most horizontal merger reviews, the focus is on the potential for increasing monopoly power, which adversely affects the output market through increased price and reduced quantity, quality, and product variety. For the most part, a merger’s effect on the input markets has been...
This issue’s Contemporary Critique discusses the ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Generics (UK) v Competition and Markets Authority. Anticipated as it was, the judgment is something of a milestone in EU antitrust. For one, it marked the first foray by the EU’s apex court into the...
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