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Most Favoured Nation clauses in an online context

Koen Platteau, Simmons & Simmons elexica, 5 January 2017

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In a decision of 07 November 2016, the Belgian Competition Authority has closed its investigation against real estate website operator Immoweb regarding the “Most Favoured Nation” clauses in its contracts with developers of software for real estate agencies.

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