The Italian Administrative Court of Second Instance confirms the annulment in parte qua of the Competition Authority’s decision regarding a cartel in the market for road and highway barriers (Metalmeccanica)

1. Premise – The present work is aimed at focusing on the decision of 2 July 2015 No. 3291 issued by the Italian Administrative Court of Second Instance (i.e. Consiglio di Stato, hereinafter the “CdS”), highlighting the aspects of interest (hereinafter, the “Judgement”). The Judgement closed a judicial proceeding launched by the action brought by the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, hereinafter, the “AGCM”) against Metalmeccanica Fracasso s.p.a. (hereinafter “Metalmeccanica”) in order to annul part of the judgement No. 8674 issued by the Italian Regional Administrative Court of First Instance (TAR Latium, hereinafter the “TAR”) on 8 October 2013 (hereinafter the “First Instance Judgement”) which ruled on the AGCM’s decision issued on 28 September

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Carlo Edoardo Cazzato, Bice Di Sano, The Italian Administrative Court of Second Instance confirms the annulment in parte qua of the Competition Authority’s decision regarding a cartel in the market for road and highway barriers (Metalmeccanica), 2 July 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2015, Art. N° 75914

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