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2018 | 11(17) | 7-27
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EU Competition Law Put to the Brexit Test: What Impact Might the Exit of the UK from the Union Have on the Enforcement of the Competition Rules?

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This contribution examines some of the consequences of the UK’s exit from the European Union for the enforcement of the competition rules. It reflects on the impact that Brexit is going to have on future transnational antitrust litigation in Britain and Europe. Thereafter it analyses the challenges that Brexit is likely to present for cooperation in public competition enforcement and suggests solutions for future development.
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Cet article examine les certaines conséquences de la sortie du Royaume-Uni de l’Union européenne sur l’application des règles de concurrence. Il se penche sur l’impact que Brexit va avoir sur les futurs litiges transnationaux en matière d’antitrust en Grande-Bretagne et en Europe. Puis, il analyse les défis que Brexit est susceptible de présenter pour la coopération dans l’application de la coopération publique et suggère des solutions pour le futur développement
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7-27
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2018-08-30
Contributors
  • Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh
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