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Tuesday 9 May (0930 - 0940)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

Tuesday 9 May (0940 - 1010)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

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Tuesday 9 May (1010 - 1110)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

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• Global trends in competition policy: how developing economies handle super-cartels, merger waves and reform programmes to open markets • Economic integration, trade flows and competition policy • Reaping the benefits of the digital economy • International cooperation as a tool to foster better functioning global markets

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Tuesday 9 May (1130 - 1145)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

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Legitimacy and effectiveness of antitrust enforcement

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Tuesday 9 May (1145 - 1300)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

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• Defending firms in global antitrust cases • Setting the stage for effective antitrust enforcement: collaboration, independence and implementation • Internationalising enforcement tools to fight cartels • Abuse of dominance enforcement in a high-tech world: international convergence or divergence? • New ex ante merger control regimes – how to get it right • International mergers – challenges posed by diverging laws and processes

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Tuesday 9 May (1400 - 1500)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

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• Fostering effective enforcement through innovative tools • Foreign investment controls and protectionism: inter-institutional coordination: a lawyer’s friend or foe?

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Tuesday 9 May (1500 - 1600)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

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Tuesday 9 May (1615 - 1630)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

Tuesday 9 May (1630 - 1745)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

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• The sectoral angle: embedding competition principles in sectoral policies • The competitive neutrality angle: levelling the playing field for private sector development. • The procedural angle: fostering due process to support to create an attractive business climate. • The institutional angle: preventing anticompetitive actions of public bodies, • The regional angle: building supranational competition policies in the post-Brexit context/regional competition policies facing disintegration challenges

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Tuesday 9 May (1745 - 1800)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum

Tuesday 9 May (1800 - 1830)

Antitrust Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum