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Friday, November 18, 2011

The Enforcement of Competition Law in the Waste Sector: Review in Light of the Relevant Market’s Definition

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Christophe Verdure, Facultes Universitaires Saint-Louis has written on The Enforcement of Competition Law in the Waste Sector: Review in Light of the Relevant Market’s Definition.

ABSTRACT: Waste management has gradually become an issue of major economic importance. Many operators have developed economic activities, creating, in so doing, a host of markets. The application of competition law on such markets will be assessed in this contribution, regarding more especially the definition of the relevant market.

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