*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 19 June 2009, Qualcomm v Commission, Case T-48/04 On my left is Daimler Chrysler, better known as Mercedes-Benz in the world of heavy goods vehicles in Germany, where it accounts for half of all registrations, and is, moreover, the main player in traffic telematics; on my right is Deutsche Telekom, the leader in mobile telephone services in Germany, which is no longer being presented. When these two joined forces with Cofiroute to respond to a call for tenders to design and operate the system for collecting motorway tolls payable by heavy goods vehicles in Germany, they won the market and did not just make a happy few among their competitors. That
CASE COMMENT: MERGERS - REMEDIES - THIRD PARTIES - PUBLIC TENDER
Judicial review of remedies: The CFI rules that commitments granting access to third parties to a traffic telematic system, which was awarded to a joint venture through a public tender, may be acceptable, even if the on board units provided to the market by the joint venture are supplied free of charge to the market (Qualcomm)
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