The Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal upholds the Competition Authority’s decision finding the historical postal operator abused its dominant position by applying loyalty rebate schemes (Post Danmark)

Denmark: The Competition Appeals Tribunal upholds the Danish Competition Council's Decision finding that Post Danmark A/S abused its Dominant Position by applying Loyalty Rebate Schemes On 10 May 2010, the Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) issued a ruling upholding the Danish Competition Council's (DCC) decision against Post Danmark A/S (Post Danmark) for abusing its dominant position by applying illegal rebate schemes and finding an infringement of both Section 11 of the Danish Competition Act and Article 102 TFEU. The

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European Competition Network Brief, The Danish Competition Appeals Tribunal upholds the Competition Authority’s decision finding the historical postal operator abused its dominant position by applying loyalty rebate schemes (Post Danmark), 10 May 2010, e-Competitions Judicial review, Art. N° 33461

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