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Exclusive rights and state monopolies under EC law Article 86 (formerly Article 90) of the EC Treaty by JoseМЃ Luis Buendia Sierra

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English


  • Government monopolies -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries.,
  • Restraint of trade -- European Union countries.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 431-451) and index.

Statementby José Luis Buendia Sierra ; translated from the Spanish by Andrew Read.
LC ClassificationsKJE6497 .B84 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxl, 458 p. ;
Number of Pages458
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16293695M
ISBN 10019829820X
LC Control Number99039678

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Exclusive rights and state monopolies under EC law. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: José Luis Buendia Sierra. The grant of exclusive rights is increasingly regulated and limited by EU competition law unless it is necessary for the provision of SGEIs under economically acceptable conditions. Keywords service of general economic interest exclusive right necessity test Article TFEU limitation of supply equal opportunity extension of monopoly. Exclusive Rights And State Monopolies Under Ec Law Article 86 Former Article 90 Of The Ec Treaty PDF Book GET PDF BOOK By: Gérard de Villiers Media The Understanding Of Article 86 Formerly Article 90 Of The Ec Treaty Is Vital To Any Competition . Buendia Sierra, J. Exclusive Rights and State Monopolies under EC Law Oxford Oxford University Press Buttigieg, E. Competition Law: Safeguarding the Consumer Interest: A Comparative Analysis of US Antitrust Law and EC Competition Law Alphen aan den Rijn Kluwer Author: Suzanne Kingston.

Review of the books Exclusive rights and State monopolies under EC law: Article 86 (former article 90) of the EC treaty., J.L. Buendia Sierra, ; State Monoploies under EC Law, F. Blum & A. Logue, Published in: Common Market Law Review, 38, - Kluwer Law International. ISSN Author: Hancher, L. Publisher: Tilburg Law Author: L. Hancher. Buendia Sierra JL () Exclusive rights and state monopolies under EC law—Article 86 (formerly Article 90) of the EC treaty, Oxford University Press, Oxford Google Scholar Buendia Sierra JL () Article 86—exclusive rights and other anti-competitive state by: 1. Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies. Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement. Competition law is known as antitrust law in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade practices law. EC Internal Market Law and The Fine Line Between Markets, Public Interests and (Self-)Regulation in a Changing Constitutional Setting Hans Vedder Exclusive Rights and State Monopolies under EC Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press for an overview of this case by: 3.

The second edition of State Intervention and EU Competition Law (titled Exclusive Rights and State Monopolies under EC Law in its first edition) is expanded in scope to study the interface between Article TFEU and State aid, the rules on public concessions, and public ownership and nationalization. See, JL Buendia Sierra, Exclusive Rights and State Monopolies under EC Law, English translation (Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, ), 51 Supra n 19, paras. Author: Liyang Hou. The history of competition law refers to attempts by governments to regulate competitive markets for goods and services, leading up to the modern competition or antitrust laws around the world today. The earliest records traces back to the efforts of Roman legislators to control price fluctuations and unfair trade practices. Throughout the Middle Ages in Europe, kings and queens repeatedly. Community competition law (OJ C , ) D.5 Commission Notice on agreements of minor importance which do not appreciably restrict competition under Article 81(1) of the Treaty establishing the European Community (de minimis) (OJ C /13, ) D.6 Commission Notice: Guidelines on the effect on trade concept contained inFile Size: 5MB.