CASE COMMENTS: CARTELS – EUROPEAN UNION - PRE-STRESSING STEEL CARTEL – REASONABLE DELAY

Obligation of motivation: The Court of Justice of the European Union rejects in a very short ruling an appeal brought against one of the judgments in the pre-stressing steel cartel (Trafilerie Meridionali, Ori Martin et Siderurgica Latina Martin)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. It should be noted that these two fairly brief judgments handed down by the Court of Justice on appeal against the judgment of the Court of First Instance of 15 July 2015 (Case T-422/10) in the case of the prestressing steel cartel, which has already been the subject of several comments in this Review, are of particular interest to the Court of Justice Concurrences (cf. in particular this column, Concurrences No. 4-2015, page 111, note ET and No. 3-2016, p. 60, MD note). A very brief first judgment, rejecting arguments whose relevance is indeed hard to perceive In the first case, the appellant submitted by its first plea in law that the Court of First

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Michel Debroux, Obligation of motivation: The Court of Justice of the European Union rejects in a very short ruling an appeal brought against one of the judgments in the pre-stressing steel cartel (Trafilerie Meridionali, Ori Martin et Siderurgica Latina Martin), 14 September 2016, Concurrences Nº 4-2016, Art. N° 82038, pp. 85-86

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