The Belgian Competition Council returns a case to the College of Prosecutors for having failed to consider the repeated nature of an abuse of dominance in the pharmaceutical sector (Omega Pharma)

I. The parties The plaintiff is an independent Belgian dispensing chemist. The defendant is Omega Pharma NV (here after “Omega Pharma”) an important supplier of raw material and packaging products also active in the field of “Over-The-Counter” products (OTC-products). The decision analysed is the second one in this case; the Competition Council already declared the action prescribed in 2010 (decision

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  • Philippe & Partners (Brussels)
  • Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)

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Norman Neyrinck, Quentin Metz, The Belgian Competition Council returns a case to the College of Prosecutors for having failed to consider the repeated nature of an abuse of dominance in the pharmaceutical sector (Omega Pharma), 21 April 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin Pharma & Dominance, Art. N° 45892

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