How Germany rebelled against the monopoly of technology giants

In an effort to rein in the tech giants, Brussels is setting antitrust rules across the European Union (EU). And Germany has adopted a much superior Competition Law for two years, able to overtake the technological giants. However, the latter do not give up so easily, according to the Financial Times (FT).

Entrepreneur Patrick Andrae likes things to happen quickly. That’s why he, the founder and CEO of Berlin-based vacation rental company HomeToGo, is annoyed by how slow antitrust rules are opening up markets and ensuring that…

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