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EU Competition Law in 3D

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European Union (EU) competition law aimed at comple(men)ting the Internal Market rules. National competition rules of Member States undoubtedly generate similar effects at the national level. The same is true for third countries' competition rules. Yet, when turning to the impact EU competition law may/can have on the full effect of national competition rules, it is clear that both types of national rules are differently affected. In this chapter, the internal/national dimension of EU competition law specifically refers to the related yet distinct issue of the implications of EU competition law for national authorities and/or courts applying national competition rules to a concrete case. EU competition law applies to behaviour with an adverse effect on competition in the common/internal market or a substantial part thereof and on trade between Member States.

Keywords: European Union (EU) competition law; Internal Market rules; Member States



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