The German Competition Authority clarifies that examination of a company’s pricing elements can be sole legal test in determining excessive pricing (Water supplier)

By decision of 15 May 2012, recently published, the German Federal Court of Justice (“the Court”) annulled a decision of the Higher Regional Court of Stuttgart (“HRCS”), by which the latter had annulled a decision of the federal cartel office (“FCO”) finding that a dominant water supplier had imposed excessive prices on its retail customers. In its

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Tim Kasten, The German Competition Authority clarifies that examination of a company’s pricing elements can be sole legal test in determining excessive pricing (Water supplier), 15 May 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2012, Art. N° 58243

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