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EU’s Guersent bewails confidentiality claims in competition

Repeated claims to restrict the handling of information because of its “confidential” status is frustrating the work of the European Commission and it is working on how to navigate the issue for the upcoming Digital Markets Act, Olivier Guersent has said. 

The EU’s top competition enforcer said staff were reviewing confidentiality claims to

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