CASE COMMENT: UNILATERAL PRACTICES - DISCRIMINATORY REBATES

Discriminatory rebates: The French Competition Council finds that objections against discriminatory rebates are without merit due to the absence of exclusionary effect of the practices at hand (Pra-Loup)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a decision of 2 May 2007, the Competition Council ruled that there was no need to continue proceedings initiated by the Minister of the Economy against the company Transmontagne, which operates by delegation the public service of the ski lifts and the ski slopes of the resort of Pra-Loup. At stake in this affair were the tariffs, first drawn up by Transmontagne in its capacity as delegatee and then ratified by the delegating public body, for the resort's ski lift passes sold wholesale to the various players in the tourist industry: estate agencies, hotel residences, transport organisers, tour operators, etc. The Pra-Loup saga A real estate agency,

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Anne Wachsmann, Discriminatory rebates: The French Competition Council finds that objections against discriminatory rebates are without merit due to the absence of exclusionary effect of the practices at hand (Pra-Loup), 2 May 2007, Concurrences N° 3-2007, Art. N° 13873, pp. 95-97

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