The Paris Court of Appeal confirms the abuse of dominant position of two operators on the telephony market (Caribbean Orange and France Telecom)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Orange Caraïbe had been the subject of protective measures aimed at the cessation of practices of exclusivity, tariff differentiation, and club effect, likely to constitute anti-competitive practices (Cons. conc., Dec. 9, 2004, confirmed by Paris, Jan. 28, 2005). Five years later, the Competition Authority, ruling on the merits, imposed a fine of 63 million euros on the France Télécom group (Aut. conc., 9 Dec. 2009). The Paris Court of Appeal

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