The Paris Court of Appeal partially annuls the French Competition Authority’s decision due to the lack of by object infringement in the packaged flour case (France Farine / Bach Müle)

In its judgment dated November 20, 2014, the Paris Court of appeal (Court of appeal) partially overturned the decision of the French Competition Authority (FCA) relating to the practices followed in the flour business (Decision). In 2012, certain millers were accused by the FCA of closing the French market to competition by combining into two joint venture companies manufacturing and selling bags of flour, one to medium and large retail outlets (France Farine) and the other to hard discount stores (Bach Müle). Commencing by acknowledging that the degree to which an agreement

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Lolita Berthol-Balladur, Yann Anselin, The Paris Court of Appeal partially annuls the French Competition Authority’s decision due to the lack of by object infringement in the packaged flour case (France Farine / Bach Müle), 20 November 2014, e-Competitions November 2014, Art. N° 72338

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