The Luxembourg Administrative Tribunal rules on the prohibition of self-incrimination in cartel investigation procedures (Tile products cartel)

I. Introduction On 15 November 2007, the Luxembourg administrative tribunal (Tribunal administratif) (“Tribunal”) rejected an action for annulment (hereinafter the “Action”) filed against a decision adopted by the Competition Inspectorate (Inspection de la concurrence) (“Inspectorate”), by virtue of which the Inspectorate, in the course of cartel investigations in the Luxembourg market for tile products, had ordered the applicant company (hereinafter the “Applicant”) to submit certain information as specified and requested by the Inspectorate (hereinafter the “Decision”). The case referred to the Tribunal had already been subject to an application for interim relief rejected by the Tribunal by order of 5 March 2007 [1] and to a decision of the Luxembourg Competition Council (“Council ”) of 30

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Gabriel Bleser, Dirk Walter Hamann, The Luxembourg Administrative Tribunal rules on the prohibition of self-incrimination in cartel investigation procedures (Tile products cartel), 15 November 2007, e-Competitions November 2007, Art. N° 15167

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