The Greek Supreme Administrative Court partially annuls a decision of the Athens Administrative Court of Appeal upholding an HCC decision finding infringements of both Art 101 TFEU and Art 1 Act 703/1977 through the implementation of a resale price maintenance scheme in the market for dairy products (Vivartia, Megval, Fage, Olympos and Rodopi)

Introduction On 3 April 2013, the second Senate of the Council of State (Symvoulio tis Epikrateias, the Greek Supreme Administrative Court) delivered Ruling No 1324/2013 which partially annuls Ruling No 3008/2009 of the Athens Administrative Court of Appeal (Dioikitiko Efeteio Athinon). The latter had upheld Decision No 373/V/2007 of the Hellenic Competition Commission (Elliniki Epitropi Antagonismou, hereafter: HCC) which, inter alia, identified and sanctioned the appellant super market chain for concluding vertical agreements with dairy companies that entailed resale price maintenance clauses and, thus, for infringing Art 101 TFEU and Art 1 Act 703/1977 (Hellenic Act on the control of monopolies and oligopolies and on the protection of free competition [1] – Art 1 is the domestic

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Dimitrios-Panagiotis Tzakas, The Greek Supreme Administrative Court partially annuls a decision of the Athens Administrative Court of Appeal upholding an HCC decision finding infringements of both Art 101 TFEU and Art 1 Act 703/1977 through the implementation of a resale price maintenance scheme in the market for dairy products (Vivartia, Megval, Fage, Olympos and Rodopi), 3 April 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2013, Art. N° 62863

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