08 November 2012
BREC Alumni, prof. Alan Riley writes for CEPS Policy Brief No. 285, 31 October 2012
You can read the full paper at link.
It may well be that the Gazprom antitrust case launched by DG Competition on September 4th will turn out to be the landmark antitrust case of this decade, as Microsoft was of the last decade. The argument of this paper is that, for a host of political and economic reasons, this case is likely to be hard-fought by both sides to a final prohibition decision and then onwards into the EU courts.