The EU Court of Justice confirms the strict approach to “by object” infringements resulting in the need to use effects analysis on more complex arrangements such as MIF agreements (Budapest Bank)

On 2 April 2020, the Court of Justice of the EU delivered its judgment in Budapest Bank on a reference for a preliminary ruling from Hungary’s highest court relating to agreements on fixed multilateral interchange fees (MIFs). In this

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