*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 28 October 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union was again called upon to rule on one of the aspects of the proceedings relating to the electricity cable cartel, which had led the Commission, in a decision of 2 April 2014, to take a decision on the Commission's decision on this case.has fined the main European, Japanese and South Korean producers of high-voltage and extra-high-voltage underground and submarine power cables, including Pirelli & C., to the tune of EUR 302 million. SpA, the appellants in the present appeal, for participating in a cartel of almost worldwide scope. It is recalled that in its decision of 2 April 2014, the
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Fines: The Court of Justice of the European Union states that there is neither ’priority’ in the imposition of a fine, nor the benefit of order or discussion in the solidarity mechanism for the payment of the fine (Pirelli)
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