The Italian Supreme Administrative Court confirms the NCA’s decision imposing a fine against construction materials company for abusing its behavior by aiming to exclude competitor’s entry into the plasterboard market (Saint Gobain)

*Italian antitrust administrative case law. Overview of all decisions from April to June 2013 (Fourth and last contribution) 1. Premise –This work is the fourth and the last contribution of a project (hereinafter, the “Project”) aimed to offer a general, quarterly overview of all the decisions of Italian administrative courts, which involve the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, hereinafter, the “AGCM”). Specifically, the reference is to those decisions related to proceeding concerning only anticompetitive agreements and abuses of dominant position in which the AGCM was party (as either plaintiff or respondent). With this purpose the Project will take into account all the decisions of the TAR Latium (the Italian Regional Administrative Court

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Carlo Edoardo Cazzato, The Italian Supreme Administrative Court confirms the NCA’s decision imposing a fine against construction materials company for abusing its behavior by aiming to exclude competitor’s entry into the plasterboard market (Saint Gobain), 21 May 2013, e-Competitions May 2013, Art. N° 54778

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