Julie Tirtiaux

Wallonia-Brussels Trade Commission - AWEX (Johannesburg)
Trade, Investment & Legal Advisor

Julie Tirtiaux is a trade, investment and legal advisor at the Wallonia-Brussels Trade Commission (AWEX) in Johannesburg. Former associate in Ashurst’s Competition and EU law department in Paris, she also practiced as legal consultant at Freshfields. She graduated from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

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University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

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Julie Tirtiaux The Swaziland Competition Authority imposes administrative fines on parties in the agriculture sector without any specific provisions providing for it (Eagles Nest)

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The Swaziland Competition Commission power to impose administrative fines under spotlight* On Tuesday 14 July 2015, the Swaziland Competition Commission (the “SCC”) Board heard the substantive issues related to the anticompetitive behavior of Eagles Nest and Usuthu Poultry Farm (the “Parties”). (...)

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Christophe Lemaire, Julie Tirtiaux Commitments: The French Competition Authority accepts and make legally binding commitments in the energy sector regarding market offer prices (Engie)

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On 7 September 2017, the French Competition Authority accepted and made binding the commitments proposed by ENGIE in the energy sector, and closed the proceedings initiated before it in October 2015, following a referral with a request for protective measures submitted by the company Direct (...)

Christophe Lemaire, Julie Tirtiaux Pricing and non-pricing practices: The French Competition Authority submits commitments to public consultation in the sector for collection and recycling of companies’ wastes aiming to remedy to pricing and non-pricing practices likely to create a foreclosure effect (La Poste)

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On 5 September 2017, the Competition Authority published the commitments proposed by the La Poste group to address the competition concerns identified by the Authority on the market for the collection and recycling of ordinary business waste. These proceedings were initiated following a (...)

Christophe Lemaire, Julie Tirtiaux Failure to settle: The French Competition Authority fines a funeral undertaking after it refrained from following up on the settlement proposal of the DGCCRF (Pompes funèbres)

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It should be noted that the decision of the Competition Authority of 27 July 2017 imposing a penalty of 80,000 euros on the undertaker COMTET was published during the period under review. While there is nothing unusual about this decision, it is nevertheless worth mentioning insofar as the (...)

Christophe Lemaire, Julie Tirtiaux Commitments: The French Competition Authority accepts and make legally binding commitments in the sugar sector regarding market foreclosure practices (L’approvisionnement en betteraves sucrières)

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By a decision of 26 July 2017, the French Competition Authority accepted and made binding the commitments proposed by Tereos in the sugar beet supply sector, and closed the proceedings initiated before it in 2016, following a referral accompanied by a request for interim measures submitted by (...)

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