The EU Court of Justice rules that Article 101 TFUE, read in conjunction with Article 4(3) TEU, precludes national legislation from empowering a body composed mainly by private operators to fix minimum charge for haulage services (API v. Ministero delle Infrastutture dei Trasporti)

I. The Parties Anonima Petroli Italiana SpA: An Italian undertaking active in the refining, processing and distributing services for crude oil and petroleum products in Europe. Ministero delle Infrastrutture e dei Trasporti and Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico: The Italian Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport and the Ministry of Economic Development Osservatorio sulle attività di autotrasporto: A national body in Italy carrying out, inter alia, monitoring tasks concerning compliance with the provisions on road safety and social security. II. The Facts The Italian Government adopted various legislative decrees aimed at implementing the reform on the carriage of goods by road. The principles and criteria governing the Italian legislation included the adaptation of EU

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Daniel Muheme, Juan Navas Glembotzky, The EU Court of Justice rules that Article 101 TFUE, read in conjunction with Article 4(3) TEU, precludes national legislation from empowering a body composed mainly by private operators to fix minimum charge for haulage services (API v. Ministero delle Infrastutture dei Trasporti), 4 September 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin Automobile, Art. N° 70052

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