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  • The State of the EU’s Digital Single Market Project

    One year ago the European Commission came out with its plans for finalising the EU’s Digital Single Market by 2019 – and then went back to the drawing board to figure out the details. As the rhythm of concrete proposals is finally picking up, with a whole set of additional proposals due in a couple…

  • Internal Market Strategy – Grasping the Opportunities

    The Internal Market is at the heart of the EU project. For many it represents the EU’s greatest economic achievement but for eurosceptics it represents needless meddling in our daily lives with regulation after regulation. From the infamous shape of cucumbers to the possible regulation of candles in time for Christmas – in this Snapshot…

  • E-commerce sector inquiry finally launched

    On the same day as the Digital Single Market package was announced, the EU competition watchdog, Commissioner Vestager, launched the long awaited e-commerce sector inquiry that companies from all sectors and industries were waiting for with bated breath. FTI Consulting Brussels’ competition team already published a snapshot exploring the background of the Commission’s e-commerce sector…

  • E-COMMERCE SECTOR INQUIRY

    The Competition Commissioner has a Danish TV subscription and she said on 9 April: “When I am abroad I get a message saying ‘Sorry the content can only be watched from within Denmark.’ ” This is one example of her concern about geoblocking and why she is interested in breaking down barriers to e-commerce.  In…

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