EU, Policy and Regulation, UK

How Europe is working to make competition law more sustainable

The European Commission guidance gives the standardisation of packaging as an example of how its guidelines could work in practice. (Photo: Vincent Mundy/Bloomberg)

Emissions-cutting moves involving anything from packaging to logistics, and which can result in reduction in choice of products, could clash with competition law historically designed to promote and protect business interests. EU and UK authorities are addressing these concerns, unlike their US counterparts

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