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Comment: Dutch leniency on sustainability rules helps companies, but divides authorities

By Andrew Boyce and Arezki Yaïche
  • 21 Aug 2020 05:05
  • 21 Aug 2020 05:05
EU companies looking to cooperate to reduce their climate impact received the clearest guidance on how their plans square with competition law last month, in the form of draft guidelines from the Dutch competition agency.
But rather than set a template for other countries, the Dutch proposal has sparked debate

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Andrew Boyce


Andrew is a reporter covering merger reviews and competition policy for MLex in Brussels. He joined MLex in 2015 and holds a degree and a master’s degree in history from the University of Liverpool.

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