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• The Commission does not propose to alter the safe harbour market share thresholds (i.e. these remain at 20% for agreements between competitors and 30% for agreements between non-competitors). However, it proposes to treat agreements between a licensee which owns a so-called “captive” technology (i.e. one which it only uses in-house) and a licensor of a substitutable product as competitors for the purposes of the Draft TTBER (i.e. such agreements will only benefit from the safe harbour if the combined market share of the licensee and licensor does not exceed 20%). … [Read more...] about European Commission Proposes Incremental But Important Changes to European Union (EU) Technology Licensing Regime