*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. It is to a situation, if not unprecedented, at least exceptional that is confronted by the Competition Council following the referral made by the world's largest shipowner, the AP Moller-Maersk Group. The latter denounces in substance a customer allocation agreement concluded between, on the one hand, the Perrigault Group, a local material handling operator, and, on the other hand, the company Terminal Porte Océane SA (TPO), which is none other than the joint venture that the WMPA group helped to create, with the blessing of the public authorities, with the Perrigault Group. Usually, this kind of conflict arising from the blocking of a joint venture held by
ALERTS : ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICE - AGREEMENT - CUSTOMER ALLOCATION - JOINT SUBSIDIARY
Collusion between a joint subsidiary and one of its parent companies: The French Competition Authority recognizes that it is probable that a joint subsidiary has coordinated its behaviour with one of its mother company, but the Authority rejects the request for provisional measures introduces by the other mother company (AP Moller-Maersk)
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