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Payment card interchange fees were anti-competitive, CJEU confirms

The level of fees charged by a credit card provider to cover the cost of processing card payments had "restrictive effects on competition", the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled. 15 Sep 2014

Flemish support for domestic renewable projects only did not breach EU law, says CJEU

A scheme run in Belgium's Flemish region that offered incentives to domestic renewable energy generators at the expense of imported power did not necessarily breach EU rules on the free movement of goods, the EU's highest court has ruled. 15 Sep 2014

EU's new competition commissioner given explicit new remit to 'fight tax evasion'

The explicit inclusion of tax evasion as a priority for the EU's new competition commissioner hints at imminent progress in the European Commission's investigation into the tax affairs of Apple, Google and Fiat, an expert has said. 12 Sep 2014

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