The Eurasian Economic Commission is constantly working to improve business conditions in the EEU, and one area of this is the improvement of antimonopoly regulation mechanisms. As the EEC suggested at the Antimonopoly Forum on February 18, the Eurasian Union needs new approaches to antimonopoly compliance, since the existing norms are not harmonized. The issue includes digital markets, whose development has intensified under the influence of the pandemic and its accompanying restrictions. Arman Shakkaliev, member of the Collegium (Minister) on Competition and Antimonopoly Regulation of the EEC, told in an interview with Eurasia.Expert which measures to protect competition are currently used and which changes are being prepared.
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