The EU Court of First Instance partially confirms the Commission’s decision refusing to grant individual exemptions for exclusive purchasing agreements in the ice cream market (Langnese-Iglo / Schöller Lebensmittel)

"Judgments Of The Court Of First Instance Of 8 June 1995 In Case T-7/93, Langnese-Iglo Gmbh V Commission, And Case T-9/93, Schöller Lebensmittel Gmbh & Co Kg V Commission"* On June 8, 1995, the Court of First Instance partially granted the request of two undertakings to annul the prohibitive Commission decisions adopted against them in proceedings pursuant to Art. 85 of the EEC Treaty. The two German applicant undertakings in the business of producing ice-cream, Langnese-Iglo GmbH (hereinafter «Langnese«) and Schöller Lebensmittel GmbH (hereinafter «Schöller«), had established a comprehensive distribution network in Germany, binding retailers with exclusive purchasing agreements linked with the obligation to borrow special freezer cabinets from the distributor and to exclusively use

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Panayotis Adamopoulos, The EU Court of First Instance partially confirms the Commission’s decision refusing to grant individual exemptions for exclusive purchasing agreements in the ice cream market (Langnese-Iglo / Schöller Lebensmittel), 8 June 1995, e-Competitions Interim measures, Art. N° 39596

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