*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Court of Justice of the European Union has today, 17 June 2010, delivered a judgment in which it long-awaited judgment in Case C-413/08 (Lafarge SA v. European Commission). This judgment essentially confirms what the Court of First Instance suggested in its judgment of 8 July 2008 in Case T-54/03 Lafarge SA v. Commission, namely that, for the purposes of taking a decision in this case, the Court of First Instance should take into account the fact that, in order to take a decision in the case, the Commission must take into account the fact that it is not the Commission's responsibility to take a decision in the case, and that it is not the Commission's
CASE COMMENT: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - CARTEL - REPEATED INFRINGEMENT - AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCE - FINE
Repeated infringement: The EU Court of Justice confirms that even a non definitive decision on competition infringement is enough for repeated infringement to be taken into account as aggravating circumstance (Lafarge)
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