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Protectionism in the Age of Austerity – A Further Unlevelling of the Playing Field?

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  • Alex Nourry
  • Nelson Jung

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The European Commission’s recent decisional practice demonstrates its continued resolve to block the creation of national or even European champions where it considers that such mergers would significantly impede effective competition. Alex Nourry (Clifford Chance) & Nelson Jung (OFT)

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  • Alex Nourry & Nelson Jung, 2012. "Protectionism in the Age of Austerity – A Further Unlevelling of the Playing Field?," CPI Journal, Competition Policy International, vol. 8.
  • Handle: RePEc:cpi:cpijrn:8.1.2012:i=7317
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    Keywords

    Protectionism; Austerity; Level Playing Field;

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    • G18 - Financial Economics - - General Financial Markets - - - Government Policy and Regulation

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