The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal upholds the OFCOM’s decision for abuse of dominance and discriminatory pricing strategy in the mail delivery service market (Royal Mail / Whislt)

On 12 November 2019, the Competition Appeal Tribunal ("Tribunal") upheld Ofcom’s decision against Royal Mail Plc (Royal Mail), finding Royal Mail’s pricing strategy in relation to bulk mail delivery services to be discriminatory and an abuse of dominance. Royal Mail first announced the introduction of differential prices for bulk mail operators through contract change

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Lauren Kourie, Peter Willis, The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal upholds the OFCOM’s decision for abuse of dominance and discriminatory pricing strategy in the mail delivery service market (Royal Mail / Whislt), 12 November 2019, e-Competitions November 2019, Art. N° 93750

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