Focus Antitrust - 23 November 2016
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CMA opens investigation into auction services
The CMA has launched an investigation into suspected breaches of competition law in respect of the supply of auction services in the UK. The investigation is under Chapters I and II of the Competition Act 1998 and Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The investigation relates to suspected anti-competitive agreement(s) or concerted practice(s) and suspected abuse of dominance in the supply of auction services in the UK, in particular, suspected exclusionary and restrictive pricing practices, including most favoured nation provisions in respect of online sales. Click here.
Articles 101 and 102
- The Advocate General’s opinion has been issued in relation to an appeal by Pacific Fruit against the European Commission's decision in relation to the Southern European banana cartel. The Advocate General recommends that Pacific Fruit's appeal should be dismissed in its entirety. Click here.
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