Protéger la concurrence ou protéger les concurrents ? L'affaire Intel en perspective
While the European Commission have imposed a huge fine on Intel (almost €1.07 billion) for having abused of its dominance on the microprocessor's industry, US antitrust authorities seem much more reluctant to settle suits brought by AMD - the Intel's sole serious competitor on this market - in the same way. Our present purpose is to analyze the reasons likely to explain those transatlantic divergences in competition policies relative to fidelity rebates granted by dominant undertakings.
|Date of creation:||01 Dec 2009|
|Publication status:||Published in Revue Economique et Sociale, 2009, 2009-4, pp. 65-74|
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