CASE COMMENTS : UNILATERAL PRACTICES – TOBACCO AND ALCOHOL - ABSENCE OF EU INTEREST

Absence of EU interest: The General Court rules that the Commission did not misuse its discretion by refusing to enquire into alledged abuive practices in the market for Irish whiskey (Protégé International)

Trib. UE, 13 sept. 2012, Protégé International c/ Commission, aff. T-119/09 En décembre 2006, le groupe Protégé, qui détient plusieurs marques de Whiskey (dont ‘Wild Geese’ et ses dérivés), s’était plaint à la Commission des pratiques du groupe Pernod-Ricard. Via sa filiale Austin Nichols, ce groupe avait, selon le plaignant,

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Anne-Lise Sibony, Absence of EU interest: The General Court rules that the Commission did not misuse its discretion by refusing to enquire into alledged abuive practices in the market for Irish whiskey (Protégé International), 19 September 2012, Concurrences Review N° 1-2013, Art. N° 50473, p. 84

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