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"It is up to the business community to define the EEC agenda, and we should hear the business community"

"It is up to the business community to define the EEC agenda, and we should hear the business community"

2/24/2021
Published in the "Competition and Law" Magazine No. 1, 2021
The Eurasian Economic Commission’s Antitrust Unit was one of the main news-makers in the field of competition protection last year. The regulator's plans are large-scale as well: to control anticompetitive digital practices, to elaborate specialized guidelines, to expand the EEC's powers to companies from third countries and to introduce a compliance system at the supranational level as well as interactive format for interaction with business. What are the main outcomes of the Unit’s work in 2020? And what are the objectives set for 2021? Arman Abaevich Shakkaliev, Member of the Board – EEC Minister in charge of Competition and Antitrust Regulation, reports. About "digital" antitrust regulation.