*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. IFC, 2 September 2009, E.ON v. Commission, Case T-57/07 The concentration regulation seeks to prevent rather than cure. In the action for annulment (Article 230(4) EC), the exact opposite is true. The inadmissibility order E.ON v Commission demonstrates this. The Commission has declared compatible the acquisition by two companies of the German E.ON group of two companies of the Hungarian oil group MOL (Case COMP/M.3696 - E.ON v. MOL). This decision was subject to certain conditions and obligations, in particular the fulfilment of commitments to divest a total
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURE - EC LAW - MERGER CONTROL - UNDERTAKINGS
Undertaking/commitment - Appeal: The CFI holds that the EC Commission’s interpretation of the terms of an undertaking cannot be subject to an action for annulment (E.ON)
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