The French National Competition Authority receives commitments from four shipping companies concerning competition in the sector of ship transport of freight to the French West Indies

The French Competition Authority received commitments from four maritime transport companies which it concludes would revitalise competition between operators on shipping routes to the French West Indies and lower the price of goods for consumers in the French overseas departments. On 3rd November 2009, the French Competition Authority (Autorité de la Concurrence,hereafter the NCA) launched ex-officio proceedings regarding maritime freight between Northern Europe and the French West Indies. [1] These proceedings were brought based on information gathered during investigations led by the NCA concerning the import and distribution of general goods to the West Indies. On referral from the French Junior Minister for Overseas Territories, the NCA issued two opinions concerning the price of

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Jocelyn Delatre, The French National Competition Authority receives commitments from four shipping companies concerning competition in the sector of ship transport of freight to the French West Indies, 25 June 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2013, Art. N° 54010

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