Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Developments in International Enforcement Co-operation in the Competition Field

Antonio Capobianco (OECD) and Aranka Nagy (Hungarian Competition Authority) describe Developments in International Enforcement Co-operation in the Competition Field.

ABSTRACT: •International co-operation in competition law enforcement has made significant progresses in the last two decades, mainly through the development of bilateral relationships between competition authorities. •Although it is still important for competition authorities to explore the way to deepen their existing bilateral relationships, it is equally important to consider the limitations of bilateral co-operation in pursuing effective and efficient international co-operation in competition law enforcement. •To ensure that antitrust enforcement in cross-border cases continues to be effective, agencies should explore new forms of enhanced cooperation, including the possibility to recognise competition decisions of foreign agencies, introduce one-stop shop systems and lead agency models.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2016/11/developments-in-international-enforcement-co-operation-in-the-competition-field.html

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