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  • Special edition: Assessing the impact of competition and regulatory policies

    Publication | Corporate publications | 07-03-2018

    Dutch journal De Economist has published a special edition about the impact of antitrust enforcement and sector-specific regulation.

  • ACM 2016 Highlights

    Publication | Corporate publications | 29-03-2017

    A preview of the highlights from ACM’s 2016 Annual Report (in English).

  • Instructions for submitting a turnover statement

    Publication | Corporate publications | 14-11-2016

    What are the requirements that your turnover statement must meet?

  • ACM Working Paper about Conjoint Analysis in merger cases

    Publication | Corporate publications | 25-04-2016

    In this paper we describe how ACM applied Conjoint Analysis in several merger cases. We also illustrate our lessons learned.

  • 2014 ACM Annual Report

    Publication | Corporate publications | 12-03-2015

    The outcome of the work that ACM carried out in 2014 amounted to EUR 1.2 billion.

  • ACM Corporate Brochure

    Publication | Corporate publications | 24-07-2014

    Want to know more about ACM? Our corporate brochure contains information about our mission, strategy, and oversight philosophy.

  • The NMa saved Dutch households an average of EUR 33 in 2012

    Publication | Corporate publications | 15-03-2013

    The Netherlands Competition Authority has published its 2012 Annual Report.

  • NMa 2011 Annual Report

    Publication | Corporate publications | 15-03-2012

    The NMa releases its 2011 Annual Report in online format.

  • NMa 2009 Annual Report

    Publication | Corporate publications | 22-04-2010

    The Netherlands Competition Authority sees opportunities in some of the budget cut proposals, made by senior government officials.

  • NMa 2008 Annual Report

    Publication | Corporate publications | 07-04-2009

    In 2008 The Netherlands Competition Authority (NMa) saved Dutch consumers approximately 700 million Euro.