The Italian Competition Authority starts investigation in the market of sport motoring for alleged abuses of Art. 81 and/or 82 EC (Automobile Club d’Italia)

On 22 November 2007, the Italian Competition Authority ( hereinafter, also the “Authority”) opened proceedings in the sector of sport motoring for alleged breach of article 81 and/or 82 of the European Treaty. Investigation started against ACI (“Automobile Club d'Italia”, public entity and official motoring federation in charge with the organization of motor-racing events) on complaint presented by Gargano Corse, Salerno Corse (two sporting associations also operating in the promotion and organization of motor-racing events) and FIAS (“Federazione Italiana Automobilismo Sportivo”, an associative institution having the aim of representing all entities active in the motor-racing sector). ACI, in particular, has an important role in the Italian sport motoring and has been given different

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Valerio Torti, The Italian Competition Authority starts investigation in the market of sport motoring for alleged abuses of Art. 81 and/or 82 EC (Automobile Club d’Italia), 22 November 2007, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2007, Art. N° 15938

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