The Italian Competition Authority accepts a company’s commitments in abuse of dominance probe in the market for natural gas distribution (Italgas)

The Italian Competition Authority ("ICA") has recently closed with commitments an investigation against Italgas for an alleged abuse of dominance consisting of the refusal to supply essential information to the Venice municipality which was launching a tender concerning gas distribution services in Venice and eight other municipalities. What you need to know – key takeaways The refusal to provide data and information – even to a public authority – by a dominant undertaking can be seen as abusive if it can limit or hinder competition. Undertakings holding legal or

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Sabina Pacifico, The Italian Competition Authority accepts a company’s commitments in abuse of dominance probe in the market for natural gas distribution (Italgas), 5 March 2021, e-Competitions April 2021 - II, Art. N° 100014

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