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Fines: The Court of Justice of the European Union finds that the value of sales should only reflect the economic importance of the infringement and the weight of the undertaking in it (Pilkington Group)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In that case, the Court of Justice had appealed against the judgment of the Court of First Instance which had validated the Commission's decision sanctioning a cartel in the motor-glass sector. The appellants essentially contested the methods of calculation of their fine applied by the Commission and validated by the Court of First Instance. First, the applicants contested the taking into account, as part of the value of sales, of sales made under contracts prior to the infringement period and not renegotiated during that period. In the

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Alexandre Lacresse, Fines: The Court of Justice of the European Union finds that the value of sales should only reflect the economic importance of the infringement and the weight of the undertaking in it (Pilkington Group), 7 September 2016, Concurrences Nº 4-2016, Art. N° 82135, p. 160

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