*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – Aut. conc. dec. no. 10-D-17 of 25 May 2010 on practices implemented on the market for competition pétanque boules Did the Authority fire or point? In any event, it has examined in detail the market for sporting events linked to the world of competitive pétanque, and in particular the exclusivity clauses concluded between the market leader in this market, La Boule Obut, and the Grenoble organiser of three world championships, to conclude that there were no anti-competitive effects. The
CASE COMMENTS : ANTICOMPETITIVES PRACTICES - ORGANIZATION OF SPORTING EVENTS - PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT - OPERATOR IN DOMINANT POSITION - EXCLUSIVE CLAUSES
Exclusivity provisions: The French Competition Authority asserts that the terms of an exclusive partnership between the leader of bowling balls and the organizer of several world championships did not have anticompetitive effects, because of the existence of many alternatives (Boule Obut)
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