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The President of the Brussels Commercial Court rules that resale price maintenance is not illicit if the agreement predates the entry into effect of the Belgian Competition Act and was notified to the Competition Authority (Aniserco/Laroy-Duvo)

Description of the impugned case Aniserco exploits a chain of shops specialised in petfoods. Some shops are run by Anserico itself, while others are exploited by franchisees. Laroy-Duvo imports petfoods from the USA and in particular, it imports dog food of the brand Eukanuba and Iams. After a commercial relationship of about two and a half year, Laroy-Duvo decided to stop selling its products to Aniserco as the latter resold them at prices

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Louise Depuydt, The President of the Brussels Commercial Court rules that resale price maintenance is not illicit if the agreement predates the entry into effect of the Belgian Competition Act and was notified to the Competition Authority (Aniserco/Laroy-Duvo), 13 April 1994, e-Competitions April 1994, Art. N° 32227

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