The European Commission ends its action against a motorcycle manufacturer after it stopped prohibiting its Benelux dealers selling to UK customers (Triumph)

"Triumph's export ban for motorcycles brought to an end upon Commission's intervention"* The European Commission has decided to end its action against the motorcycle manufacturer Triumph after the company stopped prohibiting its Benelux dealers selling to UK customers [1]. Triumph is a manufacturer of motorcycles of large engine capacity (750cc and over). Its motorcycles are sold in all Member States of the European Union (EU). Triumph‘s market share for this kind of motorcycle in the entire Union is below 5%. Market shares in individual Member States are also below 5% except in the United Kingdom where it oscillates around 10%.

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Lazaros Tsoraklidis, The European Commission ends its action against a motorcycle manufacturer after it stopped prohibiting its Benelux dealers selling to UK customers (Triumph), 15 September 2000, e-Competitions Bulletin Parallel imports, Art. N° 39126

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