Case Comment : Anticompetitive Practices - Central purchasing platform Cooperative joint venture

Cooperative joint venture: The French Competition Council rules on how centralized purchasing practices can distort competition (Lucie)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Const. conc. dec. no. 05-D-62 of November 10, 2005, regarding practices implemented by the Lucie generating station. This decision should put an end to the legal and commercial "war" between Ilec (Institut de liaison et d'études des industries de consommation) and Lucie, the purchasing group of the Leclerc and Super U groups. After rejecting Lucie's complaint denouncing a call for a boycott by the suppliers' association (see Cons. Conc., Dec. No. 05-D-33, Concurrences, No. 3-2005, Cartel Chronicle, p. 73, p. 73), the Commission decided to dismiss the complaint.), the

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Marc van der Woude, Cooperative joint venture: The French Competition Council rules on how centralized purchasing practices can distort competition (Lucie), 10 November 2005, Concurrences N° 1-2006, Art. N° 888, p. 132

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