On 30 January 2020, the European Court of Justice dismissed the appeals in joined cases C-538/18 P and C-539/18 P brought by Czech national rail carrier České dráhy, which sought to set aside the judgments of the General Court in cases T‑325/16 and T‑621/16 upholding the European Commission's inspection decisions in cases AT.40156 – Falcon and AT.40401 – Twins. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW - KEY TAKEAWAYS The Commission's duty to state reasons is not affected by information provided by a national competition authority, gathered in the context of an investigation for an infringement of national competition rules. Where the Commission has sufficiently serious indications of a breach of competition rules, it is not required to weigh these against indications to the contrary when determining the
The EU Court of Justice dismisses the appeals against the Commission’s decisions in the case of alleged predatory practices by the Czech railway incumbent (České dráhy)
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