Sep 12, 2018
More than one hundred forty nations around the world have their own competition laws addressing how multinationals may compete in their borders. No two are the same. Knowing that, is it realistic to expect multinational companies to understand how policies and economics operate in countries around the world? How can multinationals doing business without borders compete abroad without fear of running into competition violations?
In this episode, we’re focusing specifically on Europe and how companies can compete on that continent. My guest on the show is Isabelle Rahman, a partner in the Antitrust and Competition Practice Group in the firm’s Brussels office. Isabelle has substantial experience in the application of the EU competition rules and represents clients active in the airline, chemical, consumer products, food, life sciences/pharma, fashion, entertainment and media industries, among others.
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