• IMI asks court to consider time limits in copper-tube cartel #antitrust #steel

  • HCA wins access to UK regulator’s economic data #HCA #antitrust #NHS

  • Sainsbury, MasterCard trial set to open in January 2016 #Mastercard #Sainsbury #antitrust #litigation

  • Italian competition authority closes pricing probe into ABB's Power One #ABB #antitrust

  • Lloyds fined $370 million for rigging yen, sterling, US dollar Libor #Libor #antitrust #finance

  • Visa asks court to knock out part of UK retailers’ damage claim #Visa #UK #antitrust

  • EU banking authority highlights ‘weaknesses’ in credit-concentration oversight #EU #credit #Banks

  • Nobody safe from Yukos compensation verdict, leading shareholder says #Yukos #EU #energy #Russia

  • Big energy the winner in EU decision on UK capacity market #EU #UK #energy

  • Industry seeks more data on nuclear-waste costs in EU energy-market report #Industry #energy #EU

  • Texas closes Google search probe #Texas #Google #antitrust

  • Korea weighs WTO challenge to looming US duties on tubular steel pipes #WTO #Korea

  • House members say proposed classification changes manipulate trade data, hide deficit #Trade

  • Solar panels from China, Taiwan dumped in US, Commerce rules #Solar #EU #US

  • EU, US trading relationship with Russia worsens #EU #US #Russia #Trade

  • EU poised to extend pricing tariffs on Chinese glass-fiber fabrics #EU #China #Trade

  • EU steel industry requests probe into Chinese aid for cold-rolled products #EU #Steel #Trade

  • Belgian broadcaster’s fight with right holders lands in EU court #Belgium #EU #media

  • EU watchdog floats idea of including data protection in merger, antitrust cases #EU #antitrust #Privacy

  • Patent holders’ argument on court-access rights falls short in EU Motorola Mobility decision #patents #EU #telecoms


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