The Spanish Competition Authority adopts a prohibition against a subsidiary of a formally state-owned oil company undertaking several single branding distribution agreements on the basis that they violated both Art. 81(1) and its national equivalent (Repsol)

Background Note On 11 July 2001, the Spanish Tribunal de Defensa de la Competencia (the “NCA”) adopted a prohibition decision against Repsol Comercial de Productos Petrolíferos, S.A. (“Repsol CPP”) a subsidiary of the formerly State-owned oil company Repsol. The NCA took the view that several single-branding distribution agreements concluded between Repsol CPP and some

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Pablo Ibáñez Colomo, The Spanish Competition Authority adopts a prohibition against a subsidiary of a formally state-owned oil company undertaking several single branding distribution agreements on the basis that they violated both Art. 81(1) and its national equivalent (Repsol), 11 July 2001, e-Competitions July 2001, Art. N° 503

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