CASE COMMENT: COLLUSIVE PRACTICES - SANCTION - TURNOVER

Sanction - Definition of turnover : The ECJ defines the conditions under which the notion of ’preceding business year’ should be applied (Britannia Alloys)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. ECJ, 7 June 2007, Britannia Alloys & Chemicals Ltd v Commission, "Zinc Phosphate", Case C-76/06 P Appeal brought by Britannia Alloys against the judgment of the Court of First Instance of 29 November 2005 inCase T 33/02 Britannia Alloys & Chemicals v Commission [2005] ECR II-4973, ConcurrencesNo 1-2006, p. 134.), the Court of Justice, having regard to the provisions of Regulation No 17 of 6 February 1962, First Regulation implementing Articles 81 EC and 82 EC (OJ, English Special Edition 1959-1962, p. 87), has not only specified the conditions for the calculation of fines imposed in the context of unlawful cartels, but has also recalled the wide

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Cyril Sarrazin, Sanction - Definition of turnover : The ECJ defines the conditions under which the notion of ’preceding business year’ should be applied (Britannia Alloys), 7 June 2007, Concurrences N° 3-2007, Art. N° 13947, pp. 91-92

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