This Article reviews the framework of competition law in the European Union ("UN"), specifically in relation to state aid, mergers, and cartel enforcement. In each case it considers how the European Commission's ("Commission") response can and has adapted existing procedures to pressing circumstances while maintaining rigidity in the application of legal principles.
Michael Reynolds, Sarah Macrory, and Michelle Chowdhury,
EU Competition Policy in the Financial Crisis: Extraordinary Measures,
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