Digital Markets Act – an opportunity or a new challenge

DMA represents the embodiment of all the Commission's efforts in this sphere and after less than three years of consideration, it will enter into force on 1 November 2022.

The last 20 years have been marked by the global expansion of digital markets. The applicable regulations of the European Union have not proven to be effective instruments for the complex challenges of the modern age and the European Commission, being EU’s executive body, had to take certain steps towards proposals concerning both the creation of new and the modernization of existing regulations, to create adequate answers to the hasty evolution of the digital world.

The article prepared by JPM Partner Aleksandar Popović, Senior Associate Miloš Maksimović, and Senior Associate Milovan Bogdanović, provides answers to a wide range of related questions and a detailed analysis of the most important DMA’s provisions.

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