2022 Global Forum on Competition
1-2 December 2022 Paris
The OECD Global Forum on Competition brings together every year competition officials from over 110 authorities and organisations worldwide.
In 2022 the Forum had an open session on The goals of competition policy with Mathias Cormann, Margrethe Vestager and Rebeca Grynspan, amongst others.
Sessions open to competition authorities discussed Subsidies and Trade, Interactions with Sector Regulators and Remedies in Abuse Cases.
Programme l Ordre du jour Watch the replay of Session 1 here
Day 1｜1 December 2022
- Opening session
- The Goals of competition policy
- Subsidies, competition and trade
Day 2｜2 December 2022
Over 100 competition authorities, international organisations and invited experts worldwide participate in the Global Forum every year. Participation is by invitation only and restricted to officials from competition authorities, government agencies and international/ regional organisations. Representatives of the business community and trade movements can contribute to the discussions through the Business and Advisory Committee to the OECD (BIAC), the Trade Union Advisory Committee (TUAC). The Global Forum also welcomes the participation of Consumers International each year, an important voice for consumers, particularly in developing countries.
Session 1 will be open also to the public. For further queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
GFC Blog Series
This blog series is based on the Global Forum on Competition agenda.
The important role of competition authorities in promoting competitive neutrality
Trade and Competition: Best Friends Forever?
What can economics contribute to abuse of dominance investigations?
How can competition law tackle misconduct in digital markets?
Can market studies be a more effective tool for tackling emerging competition issues?
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Logistics, Attendance and Documentation
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Since 2001, the OECD Global Forum on Competition has gathered high-level competition officials to discuss a wide variety of competition-related topics.
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