The EU Commission adopts a decision granting exemption to aspects of the revised Trans-Atlantic Conference Agreement (TACA)

"The Revised TACA Decision — The end of the conflict?"*1. Introduction On 14 November 2002, the Commission adopted a long-awaited decision [1] granting exemption to those aspects of the revised Trans-Atlantic Conference Agreement that fall within the scope of either Regulation 4056/86 (but outside the scope of the liner conference block exemption contained therein) or Regulation 17. The exemption was granted for a period of six years from 6 May 1999 [2]. The background to the decision has been described in a previous article [3] and need not be repeated here. 2. What does the decision say? First, it should be noted that as important as what the decision says, is what it does not say. In the light of certain third party comments, which, while purporting to express concern about the

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Eric Fitzgerald, The EU Commission adopts a decision granting exemption to aspects of the revised Trans-Atlantic Conference Agreement (TACA), 14 November 2002, e-Competitions November 2002, Art. N° 36930

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