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  • 18-February-2010


    The road to recovery: Under construction – competition policy at work

    Opening the 9th Global Forum on Competition, Mr. Gurría talks about the concerted global effort needed to promote competitive markets which will support the recovery from the crisis.

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  • 16-June-2009

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    Competition and Financial Markets

    The financial sector is vulnerable to systemic loss of trust. The current crisis resulted from failures in financial market regulation, not failure of competition. Competition and stability can co-exist in the financial sector: more competitive market structures promote stability by reducing the number of banks that are “too big to fail”. Competition helps make the financial sector efficient and ensure that rescue and stimulus

  • 31-mars-2009

    Français, , 237kb

    Synthèse : Droit et politique de la concurrence en République tchèque

    Le droit et la politique de la concurrence en République tchèque se sont alignés sur les pratiques européennes. Depuis l’examen par l’OCDE de sa politique de la concurrence en 2001, la République tchèque est devenue membre de l’Union européenne et sa loi sur la concurrence a été révisée...

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  • 19-February-2009


    Resisting protectionism and keeping markets open to competition

    Webcast - Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Angel Gurría and Frédéric Jenny open the 2009 Global Forum on Competition and answer journalists' questions.

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  • 2-December-2008

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    Minority Shareholdings and Interlocking Directorates

    While there is no presumption of per se illegality of structural links between competitors, minority shareholdings and interlocking directorates can have negative effects on competition depending on the circumstances, either by reducing the individual incentives to compete or by facilitating collusion. In OECD countries, merger review rules are most frequently used to examine the competitive effects of minority shareholdings. However,

  • 17-July-2008


    Survey on the documents on OECD competition site

    We are seeking your input to our work on competition issues. This survey will only take a short time to complete and the data collected will be used to improve our documents and website.

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  • 14-January-2008

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    Private Remedies

    Between 2004 and 2006, the Competition Committee held a series of four roundtables on private enforcement in competition cases. This document summarises those discussions and focuses on general principles and policies as well as a number of specific issues related to private actions for damages.

  • 11-January-2008

    English, , 5,446kb

    Vertical Mergers

    This roundtable addressed the economics, practice, and policy of vertical merger enforcement. It explored the state of research on vertical mergers and the practical strategies, difficulties, and successes of vertical merger enforcement by competition agencies.

  • 21-août-2007

    Français, , 176kb

    Synthèses : Les poursuites contre les ententes sans preuve directe d’un accord

    Les ententes sont des accords entre concurrents ayant pour objet la fixation des prix, le partage des marchés ou des soumissions concertées. Elles constituent la forme la plus nuisible de violation du droit de la concurrence et doivent être sévèrement sanctionnées. Les affaires d’entente sont un cas à part, car le plus important est tout simplement de prouver qu’il y a effectivement eu accord. Or, il peut se révéler difficile d’en

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  • 6-mars-2006

    Français, , 1,894kb

    Barrières à l'entrée - Table ronde sur la politique de la concurrence - OCDE

    La notion de barrière à l'entrée est importante dans de nombreux domaines du droit et de la politique de la concurrence, mais la question de savoir ce qu'est exactement une barrière à l'entrée n'a jamais été résolue une fois pour toutes.

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