ALERT : ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICE - REMEDIES - NON COMPLIANCE WITH COMMITMENTS

Non-compliance with mandatory remedies : The EU General Court says that the Commission does not have to reopen the procedure in case of non compliance of an undertaking with mandatory remedies and can take into account the actions already taken by national competition authorities, especially when they already sanction the illegal conduct (CEEES)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. By judgment delivered on 6 February 2014 in Case T-342/11 (CEEES and Others v Commission), the General Court of the European Union dismisses the action brought by two professional bodies representing the interests of Spanish service station operators against the Commission's decision of 28 April 2011In its decision, the Commission dismissed the applicants' complaint concerning infringements of the competition rules by Repsol. That complaint alleged that Repsol had failed to comply with the commitments made binding by the Commission's decision of 12 April 2006 pursuant to Article 9(1) of Regulation 1/2003. It should be pointed out that Repsol had indeed

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Alain Ronzano, Non-compliance with mandatory remedies : The EU General Court says that the Commission does not have to reopen the procedure in case of non compliance of an undertaking with mandatory remedies and can take into account the actions already taken by national competition authorities, especially when they already sanction the illegal conduct (CEEES), 6 February 2014, Concurrences N° 2-2014, Art. N° 69009, www.concurrences.com

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