The Japan Fair Trade Commission issues its recommendations against two companies to prevent the violation of Antimonopoly Act in the field of music broadcasting to the service stores (Usen and Nippon Network Vision)

Recommendations to Usen Corperation and Nippon Network Vision Corperation* The Fair Trade Commission has investigated two companies, namely, Usen Corporation and Nippon Network Vision Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “the Two Companies”) based on the provisions of the Antimonopoly Act. The Commission today issued recommendations against the Two Companies based on the provision of the Section 48 (2) of the Act to the effect that the Two Companies violated the provision of Section 3 (Prohibition of private monopolization) of the Act as mentioned in I below. The Fair Trade Commission also today

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Japanese Competition Authority, The Japan Fair Trade Commission issues its recommendations against two companies to prevent the violation of Antimonopoly Act in the field of music broadcasting to the service stores (Usen and Nippon Network Vision), 13 October 2004, e-Competitions Bulletin Japan Antitrust, Art. N° 69657

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