The Italian Competition Authority accepts commitments from Italian collecting society in abuse of dominance investigation (Nuovoimaie)

On 22 March 2017, the Italian Competition Authority (“ICA”) accepted commitments from the copyright-collecting society NUOVOIMAIE (“NI”) aimed at addressing ICA’s concerns that NI had abused its dominant position on the Italian market for management and intermediation services in the audio-visual and musical sector, in violation of Article 102 TFEU and Article 3 of Law 10 October 1990, n. 287. NI is a collecting society whose function is to collect the royalties accrued through the use of works of art

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Tim Kasten, The Italian Competition Authority accepts commitments from Italian collecting society in abuse of dominance investigation (Nuovoimaie), 22 March 2017, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2017, Art. N° 83822

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