New Caledonia: In a decision dated March 24, 2022, the Paris Court of Appeal confirmed in all respects the decision of inadmissibility and rejection for lack of evidence n° 2020-PAC-04 of October 5, 2020 of the New Caledonian Competition Authority in the film sector (SECH)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The processing of the initial complaint by the CCNA The Société d'Exploitation des Cinémas Hickson (SECH) has had a de facto monopoly on the market for theatrical cinema exhibition in Greater Nouméa since 2004, when the only other cinema closed. Between August 2019 and August 2020, SECH filed a complaint with the New Caledonian Competition Authority (ACNC) by various letters against the Southern Province, the municipality of Dumbéa, the Société d'économie mixte calédonienne (SECAL) the Société d'investissement calédonienne (SIC) and the companies KTR, Promociné and Cininvest, the latter carrying the project of installation of a new multiplex cinema under the name

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Aurélie Zoude-Le-Berre, New Caledonia: In a decision dated March 24, 2022, the Paris Court of Appeal confirmed in all respects the decision of inadmissibility and rejection for lack of evidence n° 2020-PAC-04 of October 5, 2020 of the New Caledonian Competition Authority in the film sector (SECH), 24 March 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106588

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