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Article on EU enforcement policy on abuse of dominance: Some statistics and facts

Frances Dethmers, Jonathan Blondeel, (2017) 38 E.C.L.R., Issue 4

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The authors Frances Dethmers and Jonathan Blondeel present data on the European Commission’s enforcement record in abuse of dominance cases since 2000, including: the sectors targeted most frequently; the size, market shares and nationalities of the allegedly dominant companies; the most common types of abusive conduct; the commitment decisions adopted by abuse type; the reasoning of the Commission’s decisions; the procedure and duration of investigations; and the outcomes of court appeals.

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