The Irish Competition Authority launches a public campaign to alert retailers against resale price maintenance

CCPC puts spotlight on anti-competitive pricing practice* The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has launched a campaign to alert Irish retailers of a harmful anticompetitive pricing practice, called resale price maintenance. Along with publishing guidance to help businesses recognise this practice, the CCPC is encouraging retailers to contact them if they have encountered suppliers who have tried to impose a minimum price that they can charge for their products or services. Speaking today Brian McHugh, Commission Member said, “Competition law requires businesses to act independently and not co-ordinate with

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Irish Competition Authority, The Irish Competition Authority launches a public campaign to alert retailers against resale price maintenance, 30 June 2021, e-Competitions July 2021 - II, Art. N° 101589

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