The legacy of the Iron Lady of Antitrust

As European commissioner for competition, Neelie Kroes confounded her critics and transformed the EU’s antitrust authority into a consumer champion.

Five years ago Neelie Kroes stumbled through her confirmation hearings in the European Parliament prior to becoming a European commissioner. The former Dutch transport minister and business executive looked out of her depth. 

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