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The EU Court of Justice upholds the Commission’s decision deciding that the automobile manufacturer’s pricing policy in respect of type approval certificates has the effect of reducing parallel imports and limiting intra-brand competition (British Leyland)

Case 226/84 British Leyland Public Limited Company v Commission of the European Communities* 1. In a Member State a motor-vehicle manufacturer which, as far as vehicles produced by it are concerned, enjoys a legal monopoly as a result of the applicable rules for the issue of the certificates of conformity which are required for the registration of such vehicles must, having regard to the

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