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Christof Swaak attends the 12th ICN Annual Cartel Workshop as NGA for the European Commission

Christof Swaak attends the 12th ICN Annual Cartel Workshop as NGA for the European Commission

Christof Swaak attends the 12th ICN Annual Cartel Workshop as NGA for the European Commission

21.10.2015

At the invitation of the European Commission, Christof Swaak is one of the few (and the only Dutch) non-governmental advisors ("NGAs") to the Commission to attend the European Competition Network and International Competition Network ("ICN") meetings.

This year's ICN Annual Cartel workshop is hosted by the Colombian Competition Authority in the city of Cartagena and will take place between 18 and 21 October 2015. Christof will attend this 12th Cartel Workshop Conference as NGA for the Commission and act as discussion leader on the topic "Interplay between public and private enforcement", which will be held on 21 October 2015.

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