*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Court of Justice of the European Communities today, 11 September, ruled 2008 in Case C-279/06 (CEPSA, Estaciones de Servicio SA v LV Tobar e Hijos SL) on a reference for a preliminary ruling by the Tribunal for the preliminary ruling in the proceedings pending before that court between a Spanish jurisdiction - the Audiencia Provincial de Madrid - about the application of Block Exemption Regulations No 1984/83 and No 2790/1999, or, if the block exemption does not apply, the Commission's could be granted, in relation to the application of Article 81 EC to an pump attendant contract, i.e. an exclusive purchase agreement between a service station operator
ALERTS : ANTICOMPETITIVE PRACTICE - VERTICAL AGREEMENTS - EXEMPTION REGULATION - CONDITIONS OF APPLICATION - PRICE FIXING
Exclusive purchasing agreement: The EU Court of Justice specifies the conditions of application of block exemption regulations in a case involving an exclusive supply contract of petroleum and related products (CEPSA Estaciones de Servicio)
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