The Belgian Competition Council clears the acquisition of a group of perfume distribution companies (Distripar - Cie. Nationale à Portefeuille)

On 29 August 2005, the Belgian Competition Authority cleared the acquisition of a group of companies - whose identities were kept confidential - by Distripar, a company with interests in the perfume and cosmetics sectors. The parties Distripar, the buyer, is a Belgian holding company which controls various companies on the perfumes and cosmetics markets. Through its 100% subsidiary “Belgian Sky Shops”, Distripar also operates on the retail market for branded goods in airport transit areas where it sells cosmetics, luxury food, chocolates, jewellery, closing etc. Moreover, Distripar holds stakes in different companies producing and retailing chocolate. The proposed acquisition concerned a

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Tarik Hennen, Alexandre Defossez, The Belgian Competition Council clears the acquisition of a group of perfume distribution companies (Distripar - Cie. Nationale à Portefeuille), 29 August 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin August 2005, Art. N° 415

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