“Apple and Spotify, a competition law song?”  36 E.C.L.R. 436.
How can a company dominant in the sales of music over the internet, can leverage this market power to enter in a distinct but related market of music streaming, by paying more than its competitor for music rights, and selling the product for less to consumers, and how that can amount to an anti-competitive behavior because being a dominant player.
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By: J. Nicolás Otegui Nieto