EU competition chief Vestager gains power in new Commission
Tuesday, 10 September 2019
European competition chief Margrethe Vestager, whose tough line with US tech giants has enraged Washington, today won a strengthened role in the incoming EU Commission. Unveiling her top team, new European Commission president Ursula von de Leyen said the Danish official would keep the competition brief and step up to be an executive vice-president. Margrethe Vestager was one of the stars of the outgoing commission, upsetting Berlin and Paris by opposing a...
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