Why France’s antitrust cop is wary of Apple Pay
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- Isabelle de Silva, 49, was picked to head France’s antitrust arm in 2016 and immediately grabbed headlines fining firms owned by billionaire Patrick Drahi
France’s Isabelle de Silva may be about to become Europe’s most feared antitrust regulator as Margrethe Vestager’s term as European Union (EU) competition commissioner winds down.
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