The European Commission have indicated that they see no need to pursue MasterCard for non-compliance with a 2007 Commission decision that MasterCard's cross-border multilateral interchange fees (MIF) were in breach of EC Treaty rules on restrictive business practices. MasterCard is now using a different method to calculate MIF’s and has agreed to make further alterations to its systems to increase transparency and competition in the payment cards market. Given these proposals and a series a series of undertakings offered by MasterCard the Commission do not intend to pursue MasterCard either for non-compliance with the Commission's 2007 decision, or for infringing the antitrust rules by increasing its scheme fees or by reintroducing a cross-border MIF.