ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES: OBLIGATION OF COOPERATION – DISCLOSURE BY A MEMBER OF THE AGREEMENT OF HIS COOPERATION – SCOPE OF JUDICIAL REVIEW

Obligation of cooperation: The Court of Justice of the European Union upholds the General Court’s judgment affirming the decision of the Commission not to grant immunity to a member of an agreement due to the disclosure of his cooperation with the Commission to other members (Deltafina)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Deltafina SpA's main activities are the first processing of raw tobacco and the marketing of processed tobacco. Following an investigation carried out in 2001, the Commission found that there was a cartel between processors of raw tobacco on the Italian market. In 2002, Deltafina applied to the Commission to benefit from Section A of the Notice on Immunity from fines and reduction of fines in cartel cases (OJ 2002 C 45, p. 3, hereinafter 'the 2002 Cooperation Notice'). Following various circumstances, which will be discussed below, the Commission first indicated to Deltafina that it met the conditions for immunity from fines, subject to compliance with

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Jean-Philippe Christienne, Obligation of cooperation: The Court of Justice of the European Union upholds the General Court’s judgment affirming the decision of the Commission not to grant immunity to a member of an agreement due to the disclosure of his cooperation with the Commission to other members (Deltafina), 12 June 2014, Concurrences N° 3-2014, Art. N° 68041, pp. 76-78

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