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The fourth railway package: the next stop on the journey to liberalization

The fourth railway package has been adopted in two stages: a technical pillar, recasting the interoperability and safety directives and amending the regulation establishing a European Railway Agency, adopted on May 11, 2016,...more

Impact of Brexit on EC funding for NGOs

Following the UK's vote to leave the European Union (EU), we consider the potential implications for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) whose activities are funded by the EU....more

11/22/2016  /  EU , Funding , NGOs , UK , UK Brexit

Tax Update: European Commission Decides Belgian Excess Profit Tax Rulings are Illegal State Aid - Granted to at Least 35...

On 11 January 2016, the European Commission decided that the tax adjustments granted under the Belgian tax scheme introduced in 2004 by Article 185 §2 of the Corporate Income Tax Code on excess profits within multinational...more

State aid modernisation in action: National electricity capacity mechanisms under scrutiny

On 29 April 2015, the European Commission (the “Commission”) launched its first sector inquiry under State aid rules to look into national measures to ensure that adequate capacity to produce electricity is available at all...more

Antitrust Matters - March 2015 (Global)

Luxleaks – Challenging the challenges to ta rulings in the EU - The European Commission’s recent state aid crusade against so-called sweet deals in the form of tax rulings may have unwelcome consequences never...more

Antitrust Matters - November 2014 (Global)

EDITORIAL - Sitting at my desk in Washington, DC, I imagine myself being a business executive in Europe or Asia, trying to make sense of news reports that I regularly hear about United States courts and enforcement...more

Antitrust Matters - July 2014 (Global)

In This Issue: - Back to the Future? Back to the Past! - Interview: African Merger Control: Interview with the COMESA Competition Commission EUROPE: *EUROPEAN UNION: - Comparing apples and...more

Antitrust Matters - April 2014 (Global)

Welcome to the second issue of our global competition and antitrust law newsletter Antitrust Matters. The importance and shifting nature of antitrust problems facing companies and individuals is by its nature, a work in...more

Fasten your seat belts: European Commission to use state aid powers to scrutinize aggressive tax planning

An important message to all tax planners: The European Commission’s Directorate General for Competition has declared war on "fiscal optimization." It intends to use the antitrust stick to overcome the lack of tax...more

Antitrust Matters - February 2014

Dearest Reader, Welcome to the first issue of our global competition law newsletter, “Antitrust Matters”. It covers antitrust developments from around the world! Antitrust matters indeed. Legally, financially,...more

2/13/2014  /  Antitrust Litigation , Asia , EU
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