CASE COMMENTS: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES – FRANCE – EXCLUSIVE IMPORT RIGHTS – FRENCH OVERSEAS TERRITORIES – SETTLEMENT – FINES

Loi Lurel : The French competition authority fines a manufacturer of fruit products and its local importers applying a French law that prohibits agreements which grant exclusive import rights in the French overseas territories (Distribution des produits de grande consommation en Outre-mer)

L’Autorité poursuit sa croisade contre les accords exclusifs d’importation dans les collectivités d’Outre-mer, initiée il y a bientôt dix ans avec la vaste enquête qui a conduit à l’adoption de l’avis n° 09-A-45 du 9 septembre 2009 et, ultérieurement, à l’adoption de la loi “Lurel” du

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Michel Debroux, Loi Lurel : The French competition authority fines a manufacturer of fruit products and its local importers applying a French law that prohibits agreements which grant exclusive import rights in the French overseas territories (Distribution des produits de grande consommation en Outre-mer), 27 July 2017, Concurrences Review N° 4-2017, Art. N° 85128, pp. 88-89

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