Chapter 4 Types of remedies
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Remedies can be categorized in several ways, but the most commonly used distinction is the one between structural and behavioural remedies. This distinction is also the most relevant, since it plays an important role in the Commission's remedies policy. Behavioural remedies are also referred to as conduct remedies or non-structural remedies.

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