On 27 June 2012, the General Court (“GC”) handed down its judgment on the appeal brought by French investment and industrial group Bolloré against the European Commission’s re-adoption of its decision in the carbonless paper cartel. The GC upheld the fine of € 21.26 million and ruled that the appeal should be dismissed in its entirety. In its initial December 2001 decision (the “2001 Decision”), the
The EU General Court dismisses an appeal against the Commission’s re-adoption of carbonless paper cartel decision (Bolloré)
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