June 1994

General antitrust

The EU Court of Justice states that rules from Member States providing that tariffs for commercial inland waterway traffic be determined by freight commissions and made compulsory for all traders is not unlawful (Delta Schiffahrts)
European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)
Case C-153/93 Federal Republic of Germany v Delta Schiffahrts- und Speditionsgesellschaft mbH* 1. Whilst it is true that Article 85 of the Treaty is, in itself, concerned solely with the conduct of undertakings and not with measures adopted by Member States by law or regulation, nevertheless (...)

Anticompetitive practices

The EU Court of Justice states that written authorization is necessary to qualify as an intermediary to certain categories of motor vehicle distribution and servicing agreements (Automobiles Peugeot)
European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)
Case C-322/93 P Automobiles Peugeot SA and Peugeot SA v Commission of the European Communities* 1. The Commission is not acting in breach of the principle of legal certainty where it adopts a decision in the field of competition giving the same interpretation of a regulation on block (...)

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