The Irish Competition Authority seeks a High Court order on its proposed agreement with a national furniture retailer to avoid RPM (Coach House)

CCPC seeks High Court order on Coach House agreement* In April 2019, the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) opened an investigation into suspected anti-competitive practices by Chairs Limited, which trades under the name “Coach House” in the Republic of Ireland. Coach House is a wholesale and trade-only supplier of household furniture products and accessories with a warehouse and show room in Accrington, Lancashire, UK, and supplies household furniture products to

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Irish Competition Authority, The Irish Competition Authority seeks a High Court order on its proposed agreement with a national furniture retailer to avoid RPM (Coach House), 29 April 2021, e-Competitions April 2021, Art. N° 102297

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