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Consumer electronics revisited: European Commission raids offices of Samsung Electronics, Philips and Media Saturn

European Union - December 9 2013 On 5 December the European Commission issued a press release stating that it has carried out unannounced inspections in several Member States at the...

Sarah Beeston, Maïte Ottes, Jitske Weber, Jessey Liauw-A-Joe.

Déjà vu: fishy business in the North Sea shrimp sector

European Union - December 3 2013 The European Commission has fined one German and three Dutch shrimp traders a total of 28,7 million for operating a price fixing and market...

Sarah Beeston, Maïte Ottes, Jitske Weber, Mariko Kloppenburg.

Extra concentration control regime for Dutch healthcare sector

Netherlands - November 27 2013 The Dutch healthcare sector will be subject to an extra concentration control regime. The new regime is expected to enter into force as of 1 January...

Sarah Beeston, Maïte Ottes, Jitske Weber, Mariko Kloppenburg.

You win some, you lose some or how the European Commission intends to minimize rescuing and restructuring aid

European Union - November 22 2013 The financial crisis has made it clear that some EU Member States grant state aid more readily than others. Sarkozy has put millions of Euros towards...

Sarah Beeston, Maïte Ottes, Jitske Weber, Jessey Liauw-A-Joe.

ACM defends its objections to the Dutch energy agreement

Netherlands - November 8 2013 The red light given by the Dutch Authority for Consumers and Markets ("ACM") to the proposed agreement between energy companies to close down five...

Sarah Beeston, Maïte Ottes, Jitske Weber, Mariko Kloppenburg.