CASE COMMENTS: CARTELS – FRANCE – OVERSEAS TERRITORIES – EXCLUSIVE IMPORT AGREEMENTS – FINES – SETTLEMENT PROCEDURE

Fine: The French Competition Authority fines several suppliers of perfume and cosmetic products and their wholesale-importers for having set up exclusive import agreements (Procter & Gamble / Coty / Chanel)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Act of 20 November 2012 on overseas economic regulation, known as the "Lurel" Act, was designed to address the specific problems of the overseas territories (insularity, remoteness, small markets, existence of barriers to entry, etc.) by prohibiting, as of 22 March 2013, exclusive import agreements in the overseas collectivities. What's his success? For all those who travel overseas, the answer to this question can only call for a very nuanced answer. The seventh decision adopted pursuant to the Lurel law

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Ludovic Bernardeau, Fine: The French Competition Authority fines several suppliers of perfume and cosmetic products and their wholesale-importers for having set up exclusive import agreements (Procter & Gamble / Coty / Chanel), 8 October 2019, Concurrences N° 1-2020, Art. N° 93301, pp. 79-80

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