Interpretation of the de minimis communication: The General Advocate Kokott invites the Court to clarify its jurisprudence by considering that the market share thresholds are not relevant when it is to establish that anti-competitive agreements cause an appreciable restriction of competition (Expédia)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. It will be remembered that, on the occasion of the appeal brought by Expedia against the the decision of the Paris Court of Appeal of 23 February 2010, which had confirmed the Decision No. 09-D-06 relating to practices implemented by SNCF and Expedia Inc. in the online travel sales industry, the Court of 10 May 2011, the Supreme Court of Appeal handed down a ruling on 10 May 2011, at the end of which it stay of proceedings and reference for a preliminary ruling to the Court of Justice of the European Communities for a the European Union on the interpretation of the de minimis notice of the Commission of 22 December 2001 and its application by a national

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