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Clarification of the concept of spontaneous cooperation and the obligation to respond to requests for access to documents
In the graphite electrodes case, commented on in this review (Concurrences , n° 1-2004, Chronique Ententes, p. 51), Advocate General Geelhoed delivered two Opinion on 19 January 2006 in the two appeals before the Court, the first brought by the European Commission (Case C-301/04P) and the second by SGL Carbon AG (Case C-308/04P). He suggests dismissing the second appeal in its entirety and upholding the first, thereby agreeing with the Commission. It should be pointed out in passing that an abridged
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