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The French Competition Authority rejects a complaint in the market of sale of DVD dispensers on the basis of both national restrictive and unilateral provisions with a reference to EC Regulation No. 2790/1999 on vertical agreements (Cinemat)

On 23rd May 2001 a case has been submitted by the Syndicat National des Exploitants de Distributeurs Automatiques de Vidéocassettes et de DVD (SNEDAVI: national association of the video cassette and DVD dispenser operators) to the French Competition Council regarding the practices used by a company called Cinemat, claiming that they are likely to come within the scope of Articles L.420-1 and L.420-2 of the Commercial Code, which forbid abuse of dominant position and anti-competitive agreements. First, the SNEDAVI accused Cinemat of abusing its

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Alexandra Lamothe, The French Competition Authority rejects a complaint in the market of sale of DVD dispensers on the basis of both national restrictive and unilateral provisions with a reference to EC Regulation No. 2790/1999 on vertical agreements (Cinemat), 29 April 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2005, Art. N° 12

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