The EU Court of Justice upholds the EU Commission’s decision in the Dutch building materials case (CVK)

ECJ upholds Commission decision in Dutch building materials case CVK* On 18 December 2007, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) dismissed an appeal lodged by the Dutch firm Cementbouw against the Court of First Instance’s (CFI) judgment of 23 February 2006 in Case T-282/02 Cementbouw v Commission,by which the CFI had upheld a Commission decision of 2002 in Case COMP/M.2650 — Haniel/Cementbouw/JV (CVK) [1]. In rejecting the appeal, the ECJ followed the opinion of Advocate General J. Kokott. The Commission’s case concerned the acquisition of joint control by the German Haniel group (‘Haniel‘) and the Dutch Cementbouw Handel & Industrie B.V. (‘Cementbouw‘) of the Dutch producer of sand-lime products, CVK (Cooperative Verkoop- en Produktievereniging van Kalkzandsteenproducenten),and its

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Ulrich von Koppenfels, Vincent Verouden, The EU Court of Justice upholds the EU Commission’s decision in the Dutch building materials case (CVK), 18 December 2007, e-Competitions December 2007, Art. N° 35278

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