The Metropolitan Court of Budapest upholds the decision of Hungarian Competition Authority almost in its entirety in the “Baker cartel” case (Hungarian Baker Association)

The Hungarian Competition Authority (further on: GVH) initiated an investigation in 2007 against the Hungarian Baker Association (further on: Association) for alleged infringement of the prohibition of restrictive agreements. According to GVH‘s suspicions, the Association coordinated the price increases of its members in August of 2006 and in February 2007. After some investigations, GVH launched a competition supervision proceeding against the Association and its 23 members. Finally the Competition Council

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Borbála Dömötörfy, The Metropolitan Court of Budapest upholds the decision of Hungarian Competition Authority almost in its entirety in the “Baker cartel” case (Hungarian Baker Association), 23 November 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin Judicial review, Art. N° 50359

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