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Claudia Cattarin on Euractiv to comment on the Google Shopping case

The judgement’s self-preferencing principle goes in the same direction as the Digital Markets Act (DMA)

For Claudia Cattarin, counsel and competition expert at Panetta Law Firm, the judgement’s self-preferencing principle goes in the same direction as the Digital Markets Act (DMA), a key EU legislative proposal.

The Court points out that it is not the fact that Google is a major player or that there are other equally large platforms that are at issue, but it is the action itself that is anti-competitive. The DMA should correct these distortions,” Cattarin told EURACTIV.

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