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The tariffs that energy suppliers charge new customers are falling, but they vary considerably among suppliers
The European consumer authorities have found many manipulative practices on commercial websites. This has been revealed by a joint study.
The ACM concludes that the proposed amendments of the transaction between the media companies RTL and Talpa are insufficient to remove the concern that the transaction will lead to the creation of a dominant position.
Google will, from now on, inform consumers better about their purchases via Google Store, Google Play Store, Google Hotels or Google Flights.
In this blog article, ACM Chairman Martijn Snoep points out that market rules and enforcement need to be adjusted on occasion, to stay fit for purpose as markets evolve.
In 2023, ACM will focus in particular on the energy market. In addition, it will focus its regulation on the digital economy and on the sustainability transition of the Dutch economy.
ACM has sent requests for information to three companies in the prescription drug sector. ACM has done so following reports about practices that possibly distort competition.
Airline company Ryanair communicates clearer about the CO2 compensation (carbon offset) scheme it offers consumers when booking tickets online.
ACM has set new rules regarding early terminations of fixed-term contracts with fixed rates for electricity or natural gas.
ACM supports the proposal put forward by the Dutch minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (EZK) for dismantling the current net metering scheme as soon as possible.