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Lexology PRO | European Union | 19 Jan 2022

EU committed ‘serious breach’ by withholding default interest, General Court rules

The EU’s General Court has ordered the European Commission to pay Deutsche Telekom €1.75 million in compensation after the enforcer refused to pay the company default interest when its margin squeeze fine was slashed by €12 million.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 12 Jan 2022

UK finance regulator to probe competition in wholesale data markets

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority said it will examine the state of competition in two separate data markets after benchmark providers and investment companies raised concerns related to high entry barriers for new entrants.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, European Union, Germany, etc. | 12 Jan 2022

Google offers commitments to end German probe

Germany’s antitrust watchdog is consulting on commitments offered by Google to end a probe into its online news service, one week after the agency confirmed the company is subject to a host of new competition rules that target especially powerful platforms.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, India | 10 Jan 2022

India opens fourth concurrent Google probe

India’s antitrust enforcer has opened its fourth ongoing competition probe into Google, this time alleging that the technology giant is abusing its dominance by imposing unfair and arbitrary conditions on news publishers.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 8 Dec 2021

CAT considers splitting appeals against excessive pricing decision

The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has proposed splitting appeals by five pharmaceutical companies into separate hearings, as they challenge a decision by the country’s competition watchdog that found the drugmakers' inflated the price of a life-saving drug by over 10,000%.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Italy | 6 Dec 2021

Italy may use special powers to intervene in KKR’s Telecom Italia bid

The Italian government will reportedly scrutinise US-based investment company KKR’s bid to takeover Telecom Italia and could invoke a special oversight power that allows it to limit or block deals involving strategic assets.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Canada, China | 3 Dec 2021

Chinese telecoms company accuses Canadian government of bias in national security review

A Chinese telecommunications company has urged a Canadian court to suspend a government order that would force it to divest its entire business in the country on national security grounds.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 24 Nov 2021

Ofgem accepts commitments in abusive contract terms probe

The UK’s energy regulator has ended its abuse of dominance investigation into a payment services provider, after approving a package of commitments that includes the company paying a £12 million donation to the authority’s redress scheme.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Italy | 23 Nov 2021

Italy fines Amazon and Apple for anticompetitive agreement

The Italian Competition Authority has imposed more than €200 million in fines on Amazon and Apple for restricting unauthorised third-parties from selling the latter's products on Amazon’s Marketplace platform.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 17 Nov 2021

CMA looks to open up electric car charging market

The UK’s leading electric vehicle charge point provider has promised to end exclusivity agreements with three major service station operators, after the country’s antitrust enforcer identified competition concerns in the market.
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