The EU General Court holds that watch manufacturers are allowed to restrict the supply of watch parts only to approved repairers (CEAHR)

In July 2004, the European Confederation of Watch and Clock Repairers’ Association (“CEAHR”) led a complaint with the Commission arguing that there was (i) an agreement or a concerted practice between a number of luxury watch manufacturers and (ii) an abuse of dominant positionresulting from their refusal to supply spare parts to independent watch repairers In CEAHR’s view, this behaviour was signi cantly harming small

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Miguel Troncoso Ferrer, The EU General Court holds that watch manufacturers are allowed to restrict the supply of watch parts only to approved repairers (CEAHR) , 23 October 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2017, Art. N° 85126

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