IP/16/2646  26-07-2016 - Antitrust: successful opening of German gas markets allows early termination of E.ON commitments 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 26 July 2016 The European Commission has released German energy firm E.ON from commitments to reduce long-term bookings on the German gas grid almost five years ahead of schedule.
IP/16/2645  26-07-2016 - Antitrust: Commission accepts commitments by Paramount on cross-border pay-TV services 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 26 July 2016 The European Commission has made commitments offered by Paramount legally binding under EU antitrust rules. These address the Commission's concerns regarding certain clauses in film licensing contracts for pay-TV between Paramount and Sky UK.
IP/16/2621  25-07-2016 - State aid: Commission orders Spain to recover incompatible State aid for high speed train test centre from railway operator ADIF 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 25 July 2016 The Commission has concluded that aid granted by Spain to railway operator ADIF for the construction of a high-speed train test centre in Andalusia does not meet a genuine objective of common interest.
AGENDA/16/2367  30-06-2016 - Friday 22 July: The Commission adopts its monthly infringements package 
European Commission - European Commission - Upcoming events The news: On Friday 22 July 2016, the European Commission will adopt its monthly infringements package. These decisions seek to enforce EU law across Europe so that citizens and businesses can benefit fully from the internal market.
IP/16/2592  22-07-2016 - State aid: Commission refers Greece to Court for failure to recover incompatible state aid from Hellenic Shipyards 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 22 July 2016 The Commission has decided to refer Greece to the European Court of Justice because it failed to comply with a 2008 Commission decision ordering the recovery of unlawful aid to Hellenic Shipyards.
IP/16/2596  20-07-2016 - Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of Meda by Mylan subject to conditions 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 20 July 2016 The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the proposed acquisition of Meda AB of Sweden by Mylan N.V. of the Netherlands, subject to conditions. Both companies operate in the pharmaceutical sector.
IP/16/2591  20-07-2016 - Mergers: Commission approves acquisition of Arianespace by ASL, subject to conditions 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 20 July 2016 Following an in-depth review, the European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation, the acquisition of Arianespace by Airbus Safran Launchers (ASL), a joint venture between Airbus and Safran. This approval is subject to conditions.
IP/16/2586  20-07-2016 - Antitrust: Commission accepts commitments by ISDA and Markit on credit default swaps 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 20 July 2016 The European Commission has adopted a decision that renders legally binding commitments to licence inputs for credit default swaps, offered separately by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association Inc. (ISDA) and information service provider Markit.
IP/16/2587  19-07-2016 - State aid: Commission opens in-depth investigation into French state financing of Areva restructuring 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 19 July 2016 The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to determine whether the French state's contribution to the financing of the Areva group's restructuring gave the company an unfair advantage not available to its competitors within the meaning of the EU rules...
IP/16/2582  19-07-2016 - Antitrust: Commission fines truck producers € 2.93 billion for participating in a cartel 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 19 July 2016 The European Commission has found that MAN, Volvo/Renault, Daimler, Iveco, and DAF broke EU antitrust rules. These truck makers colluded for 14 years on truck pricing and on passing on the costs of compliance with stricter emission rules.