CASE COMMENT - ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES (C. com., L. 420-1 ; 81 TCE) - NOTION OF "AGREEMENT" - EFFECT ON TRADE BETWEEN MEMBER STATES

Distribution - Agreement - Trade between Member States: The French Competition Council interprets the notion of agreement in the distribution sector and for the first time the European communication on trade between Member States (Browning Winchester)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Competition Council, Decision No. 05-D-07, February 24, 2005, Browning Winchester Facts Browning Winchester France (BWF), which is active on the civilian arms and ammunition market, has set up a distribution network based on a contract of The term "pilot reseller" was modified, from 1997 onwards, by the insertion of a clause on compliance with the supplier's commercial policy. At the same time, until 2002, BWF distributed to its distributors tariffs containing "recommended public prices" and took coercive measures against distributors who did not comply with the public prices supplied. BWF thus terminated the pilot dealer contract with Briano on the

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Didier Ferrier, Distribution - Agreement - Trade between Member States: The French Competition Council interprets the notion of agreement in the distribution sector and for the first time the European communication on trade between Member States (Browning Winchester), 24 February 2005, Concurrences N° 2-2005, Art. N° 27226, www.concurrences.com

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