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La impugnación de normas como instrumento para eliminar barreras a la economía colaborativa y a las nuevas plataformas de servicios por internet

Feb 11, 2016 10:00 am | CNMC Blog

internetDe economía colaborativa hemos hablado en el blog en bastantes ocasiones; de hecho, la CNMC está a punto de presentar las conclusiones de su estudio tras muchos meses de trabajo y una consulta pública por medio. Hoy os queremos hablar de un mecanismo de la CNMC, la legitimación activa, que permite la impugnación de normas […]
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