Employees within the EU who have responsibility for setting prices, preparing bids, establishing trading policies, or influencing marketing practices
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The European Union (EU) has established rules and policies to ensure competition enhances overall economic welfare. Two key rules, covered in Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU, address anticompetitive agreements and the abuse of a dominant market position. This course explains the consequences of engaging in anti-competitive behavior and describes how to identify practices that infringe EU antitrust law.
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EU Competition Law: Antitrust
- recognize concepts that apply to EU competition law
- determine which business actions are least likely to be considered breaches of the EU rule on anticompetitive agreements
- identify possible violations of the EU rule on dominant positions