CASE COMMENT: UNILATERAL PRACTICES - DISCRIMINATION - TYING

Discrimination: The French Competition Council fines the port of Le Havre and its contractor for abuses of dominant position on the market for coal handling services (Havre Manutention)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cons. conc. dec. n° 07-D-28 of September 13, 2007 relating to practices implemented by the Port Autonome du Havre, the Compagnie Industrielle des Poids du Havre, the Société Havraise de Gestion et de Transport and the company Havre Manutention. The Competition Council seized of anti-competitive practices concerning the handling of coal in the port of Le Havre and imposed fines on the Port Autonome du Havre and the Compagnie Industrielle des Poidsreux du Havre (CIPHA) for abuse of a dominant position on their respective markets. The complainant, Société générale maritime (Sogema), which is active in coal handling, alleged that the Port Autonome du Havre applied

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Anne Wachsmann, Discrimination: The French Competition Council fines the port of Le Havre and its contractor for abuses of dominant position on the market for coal handling services (Havre Manutention), 13 September 2007, Concurrences N° 4-2007, Art. N° 14472, pp. 74-76

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