The Competition Appeal Tribunal upholds the appeal against the Competition Commission break-up decision on airport services market (BAA Ltd)

2009 has seen the disposal of Gatwick airport following an adverse finding by the UK Competition Commission (CC) in its investigation of the airport services market. The market investigation report on BAA airports by the CC was successfully appealed by BAA. The Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) handed down its judgment on 21 December 2009 upholding part of BAA's appeal causing serious doubts about the legal status of the CC's report. The CC had required BAA to divest

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  • Sonam Mathur (New Delhi)

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Sonam Mathur, The Competition Appeal Tribunal upholds the appeal against the Competition Commission break-up decision on airport services market (BAA Ltd), 21 December 2009, e-Competitions December 2009, Art. N° 30623

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