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CHAPTER 12 ARTICLE 101 AND NON-PRICE COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE BANKING SECTOR

EU competition law and the financial services sector

CHAPTER 12 ARTICLE 101 AND NON-PRICE COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE BANKING SECTOR 12.1 INTRODUCTION The aim of this chapter is to critically analyze the so-called non-price competition issues arising within the context of payment systems. These issues encompass any kind of possible rules relating to access to essential facilities, agreements relating to operative aspects, and membership rules (e.g., the prohibition on participants to adhere to other payment systems).

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