*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. "Hygiene and maintenance", act two. Pending a ruling by the Court of Cassation, to which an appeal has been lodged in the same case, it is appropriate to focus on the ruling handed down by Chamber 5-7 of the Paris Court of Appeal, following the appeal lodged against the decision of the Competition Authority relating to practices implemented in the hygiene and cleaning products sector. This decision had been highlighted, in particular in that it imposed record fines at the Authority level (see M. Debroux and A. Moyrand, "The Competition Authority severely sanctions two cartels in the field of the supply of cleaning and hygiene products to the mass retail
CASE COMMENTS: CARTELS – FRANCE - PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT CARTEL - LENIENCY - FINES - DETTERENCE
Corporate restructuring: The Paris Court of Appeal dismisses the appeal filed by several companies against the decision of the French Competition Authority in the sectors of home and personal care products but upholds the latter for three of them due to errors in the calculation of the fines (Beiersdorf)
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