The EU Court of Justice requires the Commission to provide adequate reasons for its requests for information from cement manufacturers during the course of a cartel investigation (Cement Case)

THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE REQUIRES THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE REASONS FOR ITS REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION* On March 10, 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) rendered its judgment in the so-called Cement case, (C-247/14 P HeidelbergCement v Commission, C-248/14 P Schwenk Zement v Commission, C-267/14 P Buzzi Unicem v Commission and C-268/14 P Italmobiliare v Commission) ruling that the General Court of the European Union (GCEU) had erred in law in finding that decisions of the European Commission (EC) requesting information from cement manufacturers during the course of a cartel investigation were adequately

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Louise Aberg, The EU Court of Justice requires the Commission to provide adequate reasons for its requests for information from cement manufacturers during the course of a cartel investigation (Cement Case) , 10 March 2016, e-Competitions March 2016, Art. N° 92796

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