The EU Court of Justice dismisses the appeal supported by pleas on the violation of fundamental rights in elevators cartel case (Schindler)

I. Background The Schindler Group is a leading supplier of elevators, escalators and related services. Schindler's operations cover 140 countries worldwide and involve a large number of national subsidiaries, including Schindler Belgium, Schindler Luxembourg, Schindler Netherlands and Schindler Germany. The current case, C-501/11 P refers to a Commission Decision from February 2007 that established the existence of cartel agreements on the market for escalators and elevators in Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands and imposed fines for cartel participation on Schindler Group's subsidiaries. The amount of fines prescribed by the Commission Decision calculated in euro was of: 69.3 million for the Belgian subsidiary, 21.46 million for the German subsidiary, 17.82 million for

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Emanuela Matei, The EU Court of Justice dismisses the appeal supported by pleas on the violation of fundamental rights in elevators cartel case (Schindler), 18 July 2013, e-Competitions Due Process Research Program, Art. N° 53994

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