Chapter 5 Cooperation on merger policy and best practices
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The EU has long been at the forefront of efforts to build a multilateral framework for cooperation and dialogue in competition policy-related matters, including merger control. The importance of this multilateral dimension has taken on a rapidly growing importance with the proliferation of merger control regimes worldwide over the past couple of decades. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ('OECD') established back in 1961 has long served as a forum for the industrialised countries to discuss competition policy. It has been complemented in 2001 by the International Competition Network ('ICN'), a body whose membership is composed of competition agencies from across the world.

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