The Maltese Competition Authority condemned for the first time ever an infringement of the Competition Act under the form of abusive tying in the agricultural sector (Malta Dairy Products)

This case can be regarded as a landmark in the evolution of competition law in Malta: for the first time the Commission handed down a judgment in which it found that an infringement of the Competition Act had been committed. The Commission held that Malta Dairy Products Ltd ('MDPL') held a dominant position in the market for the purchase of raw milk from local producers and that it had

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  • King’s College (London)
  • Superior Courts of Malta (Valletta)

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Richard Whish, Silvio Meli, The Maltese Competition Authority condemned for the first time ever an infringement of the Competition Act under the form of abusive tying in the agricultural sector (Malta Dairy Products), 2 October 2000, e-Competitions October 2000, Art. N° 15749

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