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How to implement the self-preferencing ban in the European Union’s Digital Markets Act

Christophe Carugati

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Abstract: The European Union Digital Markets Act (DMA) bans large online platforms under its scope from treating their own products more favourably than rivals.

Date: 2022-12
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