*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Competition Council has every reason to be satisfied. The Paris Court of Appeal has just, in a judgment of 26 September 2006, confirmed in its entirety the important decision No. 05-D-64 issued by the Council on 25 November 2005 in the Parisian palaces case, in which the Council had for the first time applied Community case law in the so-called "English tractors" case (also known as the John Deere case), under which exchanges of information are contrary to the provisions prohibiting cartels when they take place in a concentrated oligopolistic market, even when they are not carried out in order to achieve a separate cartel and even when they concern
CASE COMMENT : ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICE - EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION - OLIGOPOLISTIC MARKET
Exchange of informations : The Court of Appeal of Paris confirms the analysis of the Competition Council on the exchange of information on an oligopolistic market (Hôtel Le Bristol)
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