The Greek Competition Authority implements a decision of the Athens Court of Appeal that fines should be calculated separately for infringements of Article 101 and 102 of the TFEU (Nestlé)

On 14 December 2010 the Hellenic Competition Commission (“HCC”) published a decision providing details on a fine imposed on NestléGreece (“Nestlé”), clarifying that about €22 million were due for abuse of dominant position and about €7.5 million were due for agreements restricting competition [1]. 1. Background In 2009 [2] the HCC found that Nestlé had abused its dominant position in the instant coffee market (Article 1 of law 703/77, corresponding to Article 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union – “TFEU”) and that it infringed Article 2 of law 703/77, corresponding to Article 101 of the TFEU [3]. In consequence, it imposed a fine of €29,786,764 on the company for violations committed over the

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Federica Maiorano, The Greek Competition Authority implements a decision of the Athens Court of Appeal that fines should be calculated separately for infringements of Article 101 and 102 of the TFEU (Nestlé), 14 December 2010, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2010, Art. N° 36461

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