The French Competition Authority fines a wholesaler-importer and its parent company for continuing to implement exclusive import agreements overseas, after the Lurel Act came into force (General Importand)

Exclusive distribution of consumer goods in Wallis-and-Futuna* The Autorité de la concurrence has fined the wholesaler-importer General Importand its parent company for continuing to implement exclusive import agreements, after the Lurel Act came into force. The "Lurel Act" has banned any exclusive import agreement since March 2013. The Overseas Economic

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority fines a wholesaler-importer and its parent company for continuing to implement exclusive import agreements overseas, after the Lurel Act came into force (General Importand), 8 October 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin November 2018, Art. N° 88068

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