*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a ruling handed down on 15 June 2010 after cassation, the Paris Court of Appeals dismissed in its entirety the appeal brought by Veolia against Competition Council Decision No 05-D-38 concerning practices implemented on the urban public passenger transport market. It will be recalled that in this case, the Competition Council had imposed heavy penalties, since it had imposed the maximum penalties corresponding to the ceiling of 5 % of turnover (pre-NRE) to the three companies Kéolis, Connex
CASE COMMENT: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - CARTEL - MARKET SHARING - PUBLIC TRANSPORT - FINE - PREDICTABILITY OF SANCTIONS
Public transport: The Court of Appeal of Paris dismisses the appeal against the sanction decision related to the cartel in the sector of public transport (Veolia)
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