The Athens Administrative Court of Appeal upholds the NCA’s decision finding infringements of Art 101 and 102 TFEU and Art 1 and 2 Act 703/1977 through the implementation of exclusionary practices in the market for salty snack products (Tasty Foods)

Introduction On 13 March 2013, the Athens Administrative Court of Appeal (Dioikitiko Efeteio Athinon, hereafter: the Court) delivered Ruling No 869/2013 upholding Decision No 520/VI/2011 of the Hellenic Competition Commission (Elliniki Epitropi Antagonismou, hereafter: HCC) [1]. The contested Decision identified and sanctioned Tasty Foods, a company that is active in the production and distribution of salty snack products in Greece (among other markets), for violation of 101 TFEU and Art 1 Act 703/1977 (Hellenic Act on the control of monopolies and oligopolies and on the protection of free competition [2] – Art 1 is the domestic equivalent of Article 101 TFEU) as well as Art 102 TFEU and Art 2 Act 703/1977 (Art 2 is the domestic equivalent of Article 102 TFEU). In particular, the

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Dimitrios-Panagiotis Tzakas, The Athens Administrative Court of Appeal upholds the NCA’s decision finding infringements of Art 101 and 102 TFEU and Art 1 and 2 Act 703/1977 through the implementation of exclusionary practices in the market for salty snack products (Tasty Foods), 13 March 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2013, Art. N° 52711

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