The Danish Competition Council clears a beer standard distribution agreements in the gastronomic sector subject to commitments alleviating the exclusivity effects of the agreement on the basis of Art. 81/82 EC (Carlsberg)

On 26 October 2005 the Danish Competition Council granted clearance subject to commitments to Carlsberg's supply agreements with the gastronomic sector. The Danish Competition Authority was concerned that the degree to which Carlsberg was binding its retailers might be in conflict with Articles 81 EC and 82 EC. The binding effects were the result of the supply agreements as such and of Carlsberg's practice of providing draught beer

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  • Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (Copenhagen)

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Gry Hoirup, The Danish Competition Council clears a beer standard distribution agreements in the gastronomic sector subject to commitments alleviating the exclusivity effects of the agreement on the basis of Art. 81/82 EC (Carlsberg), 26 October 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin Commitment Decisions, Art. N° 314

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