*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Following a judgment of 9 July 2009, the Court of Justice of the European Communities (ECJ) has ruled that the Annuls the judgment of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities in Case C-511/06 (Archer Daniels Midland) the judgment of the CFI delivered on 27 September 2006 in the case of the citric acid cartel, at least in that it rejects Archer's means Daniels Midland Co. in relation to the violation of its rights of defence at the in the course of the administrative proceedings leading to the decision of the Commission of 5 December 2001, in so far as the latter has not done so to be able to assert its rights with regard to the facts on
ALERTS : ANTICOMPETITVE PRACTICE - DEFINITION OF THE RELEVANT MARKET
Definition of the relevant market: The EU Court of Justice reminds that the statement of objections should allow to the undertaking involved the possibility to appreciate the credibility granted by the Commission to each of the elements contained therein and partly annuls the judgment of the EU Court of First Instance by condemning a cartel on the citric acid market and reduces significantly the fine imposed on one undertaking (Archer Daniels Midland)
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