*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Paris Court of Appeal, Room 1, Section H, 26 September 2006, No. 2005/24285, Hôtel Le Bristol company and others Facts Following a report on the programme "Capital" on channel M6, during which it was reported that the sales managers of Parisian palaces were meeting regularly to share certain information, the Competition Council took action on its own initiative. The six Parisian palaces were accused of regularly exchanging confidential information on their activities and results, and thus benefiting from information that guided their policies and strategies. In a decision handed down on 25 November 2005, the Competition Council fined the six Parisian
CASE COMMENTS: ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICES - EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION
Exchange of information: The Paris Court of Appeal upholds fines against several Parisian luxury hotels for forming an illegal cartel (Hôtel Le Bristol)
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