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Der Verordnungsvorschlag der Europäischen Kommission für europäische langfristige Investmentfonds (ELTIF)

Am 26. Juni 2013 hat die Europäische Kommission einen Vorschlag für eine Verordnung zur Schaffung eines Rechtsrahmens für Europäische langfristige...
CMA confirms third phase 2 merger investigation of 2015

The Competition and Markets Authority has referred a food cans supplier merger for in-depth phase 2 review, the third reference made this year.

General Court dismisses appeals to prevent disclosure of further cartel information

The General Court has rejected appeals to prevent the European Commission from publishing a more detailed version of a 2006 cartel decision.

High Court dismisses claims to recoup tobacco fines

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has successfully defended claims for repayment of fines arising out of the tobacco chapter I infringement decision.

The UK Anti-Corruption Plan

The UK Anti-Corruption Plan, published on 18 December 2014 by HM Government is both thorough and ambitious.

Developers still failing to apply privacy in mobile apps

In September 2013 the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published guidance for app developers to help them handle user's information correctly to meet the requirements of the Data Protection Act.

ELTIF proposal offers private equity the prospect of accessing retail investors

The European Commission unveiled a proposal in 2013 for a new type of fund: the European Long Term Investment Fund, or ELTIF - a final text was agreed which paves the way for implementation of the new regime which will be of interest to private equity.

AGCM sanctions Telkom pursuant to new unfair business practices Regulation

The Italian Competition Authority has fined Telkom €320,000 for aggressive debt collection practices under the unfair business practices Regulation.

French Supreme Court rules on anticompetitive kerosene supply agreement

The French Supreme Court has upheld a 2008 Competition Authority decision to fine oil companies €41.1 m for colluding during an Air France gas supply tender.

CNMC fines 39 undertakings and 3 associations €98.2 million in waste-management sector

On 26 January 2015, the Spanish Competition Authority fined 39 undertakings and 3 trade associations in the Spanish waste-management sector.

CNMC investigates concrete, cement and construction products markets

The Spanish Competition Authority is investigating possible anti-competitive conduct in the markets for concrete, cement and related products.

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