The EU General Court paves the way for publishing of non-protected hardcore cartels’ related information (Reagens)

Factual Background of Judgment of the General Court, T-181/10, Reagens / Commission (hereinafter the “judgment”) By Decision C(2009) 8682 final of 11 November 2009 (Case COMP/38589 – Heat stabilisers), the Commission found that a number of undertakings, including Reagens SpA had infringed Article 81 EC and Article 53 EEA by participating in two sets of anti-competitive agreements and concerted practices covering the territory of the EEA in the heat stabilisers sector. During the procedure preceding the adoption of the decision at issue, Reagens and two other undertakings (referred to in the relevant parts of the decision as X and Y), requested that their inability to pay the fine within the meaning of Paragraph 35 of the 2006 Guidelines on the method of setting fines imposed pursuant

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Vasil Savov, The EU General Court paves the way for publishing of non-protected hardcore cartels’ related information (Reagens), 20 March 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2014, Art. N° 65212

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