Joaquin Almunia

Joaquín Almunia Amann (born 17 June 1948) is a Spanish politician and prominent member of the European Commission, currently responsible for competition under the second mandate of President Barroso. He was previously responsible for economic and monetary affairs in Barroso's previous mandate. The president of the commission, José Manuel Barroso, announced on 27 November 2009 that Almunia would be the vice-president and the responsible for competition in the second college of the Barroso Commission.
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  • Publishers To EC: We Want More From Google Or We’ll Sue

    … As we discussed last week, the current Europe-Google antitrust settlement is dead. This is a surprising turn of events considering that it was once described by European regulators as essentially a done deal. Outgoing European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia confirmed last week in a talk at Georgetown University that a deal could…

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