The Antitrust Revolution in Europe

The Antitrust Revolution in Europe

Exploring the European Commission’s Cartel Policy

Lee McGowan

This insightful and original book considers the evolution, aims and developments of EU antitrust policy, and focuses on the way in which the European Commission has sought to combat cartels.

The Numbering and Renumbering of the Rules on Competition Under the Treaties

Lee McGowan

Subjects: law - academic, competition and antitrust law, european law, politics and public policy, european politics and policy, regulation and governance


Treaty of Rome (EEC), 1957 Article 85 Article 86 Article 87 Article 88 Article 89 Article 90 Article 91 Article 92 Article 93 Treaty of Amsterdam (ToA), 1997 Article 81 Article 82 Article 83 Article 84 Article 85 Article 86 Article 87 Article 88 Article 89 Treaty of Lisbon, (TFEU)*, 2007 Article 101 Article 102 Article 103 Article 104 Article 105 Article 106 Article 107 Article 108 Article 109 Note: * TFEU is the abbreviation for the Treaty on the Foundations of the European Union but more commonly known as the Treaty of Lisbon. When it comes into force it will renumber the rules on competition for a second time. This particular treaty was signed in December 2007 and came into effect in December 2009 after successful ratification from each of the twenty-seven Member States. 198

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