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The EU Court of Justice rejects the appeal brought by producers of cartonboard in a cartel case (Cartonboard cartel)

THE COURT OF JUSTICE RULES ON THE 10 APPEALS BROUGHT BY UNDERTAKINGS AGAINST THE JUDGMENTS OF THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE IN THE "CARTONBOARD" CASES* On 13 July 1994 the Commission imposed fines totalling 131 750 000 ecus on 19 producers of cartonboard on the ground that they had infringed Community competition law. The British Printing Industries Federation, a trade organisation representing the majority of printed carton producers in the United Kingdom, and the Fédération Française du Cartonnage had complained to the Commission in 1990. The Commission had concluded that from mid-1986 until at least April 1991, those undertakings had infringed Community competition law by participating in an agreement and concerted practice (implementation of simultaneous and uniform price increases,

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European Court of Justice, The EU Court of Justice rejects the appeal brought by producers of cartonboard in a cartel case (Cartonboard cartel), 16 November 2000, e-Competitions November 2000, Art. N° 93913

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