The French Competition Authority fines telecom incumbent for having abused its dominant position in the telephony sector (France Télécom)

France Télécom fined 40 million FF for abuse of a dominant position* In a decision dated 23rd July 2001, issued in response to a complaint filed in 2000 by the Autorité de régulation des télécommunications (Telecommunications Regulation Authority), the Conseil de la concurrence found that, in 1999, the company France Télécom had abused its dominant position on markets in the telecommunications sector. The Conseil found that the company had attempted to obstruct access to the major accounts market for new competitors, using methods that are not

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority fines telecom incumbent for having abused its dominant position in the telephony sector (France Télécom), 23 July 2001, e-Competitions July 2001, Art. N° 63288

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