The EU Court of Justice maintains fine set by the EU Commission in the specialty graphite cartel case and rejects pleas alleging infringement of rights of defence (SGL Carbon)

Competition: Commission welcomes Court of Justice judgment in specialty graphite cartel case* The European Commission welcomes today's judgment by the European Court of Justice (case C-328/05) dismissing the action by the German specialty graphite producer SGL Carbon AG against the judgment of the European Court of First Instance of 15 June 2005 (case T-91/03). In this latter judgement, the Court of First Instance had dismissed most of the action brought by SGL against the Commission decision of 17 December 2002 setting fines on the company (although the Court of First Instance also reduced in part the amount of SGL's fine). The Court of Justice has now confirmed the original findings of the Court of First Instance, and dismissed the appeal in its entirety. Following today's

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European Court of Justice, The EU Court of Justice maintains fine set by the EU Commission in the specialty graphite cartel case and rejects pleas alleging infringement of rights of defence (SGL Carbon), 10 May 2007, e-Competitions May 2007, Art. N° 93876

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