The French Competition Authority fines a champagne company and two importer-distributors for maintaining exclusive import agreements in the French Antilles (Nicolas Feuillatte / Financière Martin / Distillerie Dillon)

Nicolas Feuillatte champagne and two importer-distributors fined for having maintained exclusive import agreements in the French Antilles* Background Following a report sent by the French Directorate General for Competition Policy, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control (DGCCRF), the Autorité handed out fines totalling €642,800 firstly to the Centre Vinicole Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, and then to importers Financière Martin and Distillerie Dillon for having respectively granted and benefited from exclusive import rights for Nicolas Feuillatte and Palmes d’Or champagne on the islands of Saint-Martin, Saint-Barthélémy and in Martinique, after 22 March 2013, end date of the period granted to companies to comply with the provisions of the Lurel law. The Lurel Law has prohibited exclusive import

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French Competition Authority, The French Competition Authority fines a champagne company and two importer-distributors for maintaining exclusive import agreements in the French Antilles (Nicolas Feuillatte / Financière Martin / Distillerie Dillon), 29 October 2020, e-Competitions November 2020 - II, Art. N° 97702

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