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Chronicle of European Competition Law - 3rd trimester 2011

Chronicle of European Competition Law - 3rd trimester 2011

Chronicle of European Competition Law - 3rd trimester 2011

17.01.2012 BE law

This chronicle aims at providing a succinct and non-exhaustive overview of the most important developments in European competition law (antitrust, concentrations & state aid). Judgments of the Court of Justice and the General Court that are discussed below, but which were not yet published at the time of writing, can be consulted through the website of the Court.

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