The EU Court of Justice examines an appeal on the CFI’s judgment in graphite products cartel (SGL Carbon)

On 8 October 2008, the Court of First Instance (“CFI”) upheld a European Commission decision imposing fines totalling € 101.44 million on five companies for participating in a cartel on the market for electrical and mechanical carbon and graphite products. On 3 December 2003, the Commission fined French company Le Carbone-Lorraine (“LCL”) (€ 43.05 million), the German companies Schunk and its subsidiary Schunk Kohlenstoff-Technik (“Schunk”) (€ 30.87 million), SGL Carbon (“SGL”) (€ 23.64 million), Hoffmann & Co. Elektrokohle (€ 2.82 million) and Conradty Nürnberg (€ 1.06 million) for having taken part in a series of

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Richard Burton, The EU Court of Justice examines an appeal on the CFI’s judgment in graphite products cartel (SGL Carbon), October 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin October 2008, Art. N° 44529

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