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The EU Commission fines a plasterboard manufacturer and its parent company for abusing their dominant position (British Gypsum / BPB Industries)

The Commission imposes fines under the EEC competition rules for exclusionary practices in the UK plasterboard market* The Commission has adopted a decision finding that British Gypsum Ltd and its parent company BPB Industries PLC abused dominant positions in the supply of plasterboard in Great Britain and in Northern Ireland during 1985 and 1986 in violation of Article 86 of the EEC Treaty. The BPB Industries group is the second

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European Commission, The EU Commission fines a plasterboard manufacturer and its parent company for abusing their dominant position (British Gypsum / BPB Industries), 6 December 1988, e-Competitions Preview, Art. N° 104417

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