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Etsuko Kameoka speaks on EU competition law developments of importance for Japanese business

  • 05/02/2019
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On 1 February 2019, Van Bael & Bellis counsel Etsuko Kameoka spoke on recent developments in EU competition law significant for Japanese business at a monthly seminar organised by the Japanese Institute of International Business Law in Tokyo. Etsuko’s presentation covered recent investigations of the European Commission in the field of cartels, vertical restraints, abuse of dominant position, merger control – including gun-jumping cases – and legislative developments. Her presentation also covered the potential impact on competition law enforcement of Brexit as well as the elections of and appointments to the EU institutions in 2019.

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