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Competition policy

The Competition Policy Committee aims to provide constructive input to the EU institutions to ensure the development of efficient and balanced EU competition policies that reflect the needs of both business and consumers. Competition policy is essential to the success of the Single Market. By ensuring a level playing field for business, effective EU competition policy serves to generate wealth and employment, protects the interests of consumers and promotes economic efficiency by fostering innovation. 


Current issues
  • Revamp competition law for the digital age.  
  • Clarify the scope and obligations of the Foreign Subsidies Regulations.  
  • Revise antitrust procedural rules. 
  • Improve efficiency with revised horizontal guidelines.  
Sectors represented
  • Law firms
  • Corporate
  • Consultancies