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The Hungarian Competition Authority exempts supply agreements with vertical restraints in the glue sector (Henkel Magyarország)

In 1998, the Hungarian Competition Office (HCO) initiated an investigation against Henkel Magyarország Kft. (Henkel) in order to determine whether supply agreements for glues concluded between Henkel and various retailers in Hungary comply with the prohibition of anti-competitive agreements. The supply agreements applied by Henkel contained restrictive clauses according to which the retailers would receive a rebate if they do not sell glues produced by Henkel's competitors. Henkel argued that the vertical agreements would not be prohibited by competition law because the total

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  • Lakatos, Köves (Budapest)
  • Lakatos, Köves (Budapest)

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Ádám Máttyus, Eszter Ritter, The Hungarian Competition Authority exempts supply agreements with vertical restraints in the glue sector (Henkel Magyarország), 9 September 1998, e-Competitions September 1998, Art. N° 21245

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