The Italian Competition Authority accepts commitments from the federation for the equestrian sport and closes proceedings for alleged infringement of Art. 81 and/or 82 EC without imposing fines (FISE)

On 15 May 2008, the Italian Competition Authority (hereinafter, also the “Authority” or “AGCM”) closed investigations in the market concerning the organization of equestrian sports events, without imposing sanctions and accepting the committments presented. Investigation started against FISE (“Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri”, the Italian non-profit association member of the International Equestrian Federation) on complaints presented by Federitalia-Federazione italiana per l'assistenza, sport e tempo libero (national body in charge with the promotion of social activities, hereinafter also “Federitalia”), FIEW (“Federazione Italiana Equitazione Western”, the federative body in charge with the organization of western equestrian activities) and ENGEA (“Ente Nazionale Guide Equestri

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Valerio Torti, The Italian Competition Authority accepts commitments from the federation for the equestrian sport and closes proceedings for alleged infringement of Art. 81 and/or 82 EC without imposing fines (FISE), 15 May 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2008, Art. N° 22372

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