The Hellenic Competition Authority accepts commitments proposed by nine fuel trading companies addressing non-compete obligations in long term exclusive commercial lease and cooperation agreement (Hellenic Fuels)

Acceptance of commitments by 9 fuel trading companies - addressing non-compete obligations in long term exclusive commercial lease and cooperation agreements in the retail fuel market (HCC 602/2015) In February 2015 the HCC adopted a formal decision which rendered commitments proposed by nine (9) fuel trading companies [1] to open up their long term agreements with service stations, legally binding. In its decision the HCC

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  • Kyriakides Georgopoulos Law Firm (Athens)

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Anastasia Dritsa, The Hellenic Competition Authority accepts commitments proposed by nine fuel trading companies addressing non-compete obligations in long term exclusive commercial lease and cooperation agreement (Hellenic Fuels), 16 February 2015, e-Competitions February 2015, Art. N° 99707

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