The European Commission gives green light to a consortium agreement in the maritime transport under which the shipping companies operate a joint liner service between the port of Montreal and various ports in north-west Europe (St Lawrence Coordinated Service)

"Maritime Transport : Commission Gives Green Light To Five Consortium Agreements"* On the basis of proposals from Mr Van Miert, the Commission has recently authorised a series of consortium agreements in the maritime transport sector. These are the first cases involving the application of the regulation which the Commission adopted on 20 April 1995 (see IP/95/409 and Annex) and which grant a block exemption to liner

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  • Hong Kong Competition Commission
  • DG COMP (Brussels)
  • DG COMP (Brussels)

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Stephen Ryan, Joos Stragier, Hugo Verlackt, The European Commission gives green light to a consortium agreement in the maritime transport under which the shipping companies operate a joint liner service between the port of Montreal and various ports in north-west Europe (St Lawrence Coordinated Service), 27 March 1996, e-Competitions Bulletin March 1996, Art. N° 39569

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