Steenbergen steps down as Belgian antitrust chief but successor yet to be named
Jacques Steenbergen, the Belgian Competition Authority’s first head since it became an independent agency in 2013, left the post yesterday amidst the government’s inability to appoint his replacement since his mandate expired four years ago.
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