2022 OECD GLOBAL FORUM ON COMPETITION DISCUSSES REMEDIES AND COMMITMENTS IN ABUSE CASES
When an abusive conduct of dominant undertakings is found, this will often require competition authorities, in addition to sanctions and/or cease and desist orders, or as an alternative way of case resolution, to impose remedies or accept commitments by the dominant undertakings. The aim is to effectively stop the abusive conduct, and to create conditions that allow to restore or enable competition. To avoid further damage to the markets in question, such remedies and commitments need to be timely, effective, and proportionate.
In December 2022, the Global Forum on Competition held a roundtable to revisit the options available to competition authorities in designing such remedies and commitments, and discussed practical insights and experiences, in particular:
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The Goals of Competition Policy (Ouvert au public)
Contributions from delegations
Interim Interim Measures in Antitrust Investigations, OECD Policy Roundtables 2022
Sanctions in Antitrust Cases OECD Global Forum on Competition 2016
Commitment Decisions in Antitrust Cases, OECD Policy Roundtables 2016
Remedies in Merger Cases, OECD Policy Roundtables 2011
Remedies and Sanctions in Abuse of Dominance Cases, OECD Policy Roundtables 2006