Europe's Competition Equalizer
He is a soft-spoken, unemotional former university professor, by all appearances a paragon of academic modesty and introspection. But Mario Monti is something much more--as chief of the European Commission's competition office in Brussels, this man's ideas are shaping the boundaries of the New Economy in both Europe and the U.S. With Monti and his lieutenants preparing to decide on the propriety of the AOL-Time Warner merger and Vivendi's acquisition of Seagram's media properties, lawyers, lobbyists, and executives are wondering just how this economist views the world.
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