The UK Competition Authority issues a statement of objections to a golf equipment manufacturer for banning the sale of its golf clubs online (Ping)

ONLINE SALES RESTRICTIONS REMAIN A HOT TOPIC: UK CMA ISSUES STATEMENT OF OBJECTIONS* On 9 June 2016, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) issued a statement of objections (SO) to Ping Europe Limited (Ping), a golf equipment manufacturer, alleging that Ping had breached EU and UK competition law by banning the sale of its golf clubs online. In the event that the CMA ultimately determines that Ping’s online resale ban is not justified, it will no doubt require that Ping

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Jacques Buhart, The UK Competition Authority issues a statement of objections to a golf equipment manufacturer for banning the sale of its golf clubs online (Ping), 9 June 2016, e-Competitions June 2016, Art. N° 92787

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