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The Swiss Competition Commission investigates into unlawful agreements affecting competition entered by a cosmetics and perfumery products’ professional association (ASCOPA)

I. Summary The Swiss Competition Commission (COMCO) determines unlawful agreements affecting competition between manufacturers, importers and suppliers of cosmetics and perfumery products [1]. II. Case1. PartiesDefendants Beauté Prestige SA, Zurich; Bergerat SA, Geneva; Bulgari Parfums SA, Neuchâtel; Chanel SA, Geneva; Clarins SA, Plan-les-Ouates; Coty (Schweiz) AG, Hünenberg; D.P. Diffusion Parfums Limited, Chiasso; Deurocos Cosmetic AG, Adliswil; Dicopar SA, Münchenstein; Doyat Diffusion SA, Saint-Blaise; Elizabeth Arden, Zug; Estée Lauder GmbH, Zurich; HJD Distribution, Geneva; Kanebo Cosmetics, Glattbrugg; La Prairie Group (inkl. Juvena), Volketswil; Laboratoires Biologiques Arval S.A., Conthey; L’Oréal Produits de Luxe SA, Renens; Parfums Christian

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  • Agon Partners (Zurich)
  • UNCTAD (Geneva)

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Patrick Krauskopf, Fabio Babey, The Swiss Competition Commission investigates into unlawful agreements affecting competition entered by a cosmetics and perfumery products’ professional association (ASCOPA), 31 October 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin October 2011, Art. N° 45900

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