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Too high ‘standard of proof’ shouldn’t crimp dominance-abuse enforcement, EU’s Guersent says

Court disputes between the EU and the likes of Intel and Google have clarified what proof investigators need to provide to fine companies for abusing their dominance, but the standard shouldn't be so high as to thwart enforcement, Olivier Guersent has said. 

The EU's top competition official also said the EU

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