The French Competition Authority issues a decision regarding the purchase of offices and determines that the commitments made by two supermarket chains are binding (Carrefour / Tesco)

The Autorité issues a new decision concerning purchasing offices and makes the commitments made by Carrefour and Tesco binding* The retailers commit to reducing the scope of their joint purchases for their own-brand labels and take measures to ensure that SMEs have access to tenders for the production of goods with their own-brand labels. Background Following the Autorité’s decision last October in which it accepted the commitments made by Auchan, Casino, Metro and Schiever, reducing the scope of their joint purchases of own-brand label goods (see press release of 22 October 2020), it today issued a new decision regarding the purchase agreement between Carrefour and Tesco regarding their own-brand labels. The Autorité makes binding the commitments made by Carrefour and UK retailer

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority issues a decision regarding the purchase of offices and determines that the commitments made by two supermarket chains are binding (Carrefour / Tesco), 17 December 2020, e-Competitions December 2020, Art. N° 98480

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