*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The facts that led to this decision, which enabled the Authority to impose a fine of a cumulative amount of approximately EUR 25 million, are unfortunately quite classic. They came to its attention through the leniency procedure. Between September 2010 and September 2016, the private label industrial sandwich manufacturers Roland Montferrat, La Toque Angevine and Daunat colluded and agreed to divide up the supermarket and service station markets. Before responding to a number of invitations to tender, these various manufacturers exchanged prices and volumes of offers which they communicated to their buyers. The
CASE COMMENTS: CARTELS- HORIZONTAL CARTELS - MARKET SHARING
Market distribution: The French Competition Authority sanctions sandwich manufacturers who colluded for several years to share out invitations to tender from supermarkets and applies the so-called "leniency plus" system (Roland Monterrat / La Toque Angevine / Daunat)
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