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New building of the Bundeskartellamt in Bonn
New building of the Bundeskartellamt in Bonn

The Federal Cartel Office (German: Bundeskartellamt) is Germany's national competition regulator. It was first established in 1958 and comes under the authority of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. Its headquarters are in the former West German capital, Bonn and its president is Andreas Mundt, who has a staff of 300 people. Today it administers competition law in Germany.

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Coordinates: 50°43′21″N 7°07′00″E / 50.72250°N 7.11667°E / 50.72250; 7.11667