*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a ruling handed down yesterday, 6 May 2008, the Paris Court of Appeal, while confirming in substance, as well as in procedure, the essence of the findings adopted by the French Competition Council in its Decision No. 07-D-08 of 12 December 2008. March 2007, at the end of which it imposed a fine of 25 million euros on the company. various horizontal and vertical cartel practices and abuses of collective dominant position in the sector of the supply and distribution of cement in Corsica by the cement manufacturers Lafarge and Vicat, as well as their distributors, practices that have led to a
ALERTS : ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL AGREEMENTS - EXCLUSIVITY AGREEMENTS - ABUSE OF COLLECTIVE DOMINANCE - FORECLOSURE - FINE
Exclusivity agreements: The Court of Appeal of Paris confirms the sanction of the foreclosure of the cement supply and distribution market in Corsica caused by various horizontal and vertical agreements as well as abuse of collective dominance but reduces the fine (Lafarge / Vicat)
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