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CASE COMMENTS :PROCEDURE - CARTELS – ADMISSIBILITY OF THE APPLICATION – UNLIMITED JURISDICTION

Cartels : The GCEU relaxes its formal requirements concerning the admissibility of an application but, on the merits, refuses to amend the contested decision (Fluorsid and Minmet financing ; ICF)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. and ICFv Commission, Case T-406/08 The judgments relating to the aluminium fluoride cartel are reported here in only two respects: first, as regards the formal requirements to be met by an application lodged at the Registry of the Court of First Instance and, second, as regards the conditions for the exercise by the Court of First Instance of its unlimited jurisdiction. For the rest, reference is made to the Cartel Chronicle in this issue of the Review. Relaxation of the formal requirements to be met by the request ICF sent its application to the Registry of the Tribunal, within the

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Pascal Cardonnel, Cartels : The GCEU relaxes its formal requirements concerning the admissibility of an application but, on the merits, refuses to amend the contested decision (Fluorsid and Minmet financing ; ICF), 18 June 2013, Concurrences N° 3-2013, Art. N° 53903, p. 145

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