German ministry floats beefed-up antitrust rules to tackle fuel crisis
German competition lawyers have heavily criticised controversial proposals from the country’s economic ministry to give the national competition enforcer new tools to tackle rising fuel prices, which include the power to break up companies without first finding an infringement.
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