*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Compensation for anti-competitive practices: a different action for every refusal to sell!* On the national market of spark plugs for two wheels, the company SIFAM wished to be approved to distribute the spark plugs manufactured by the Japanese world leader, the company NGK. The manufacturer's French subsidiary sent it an initial refusal in 2002 and, four years later, following a visit to its premises, sent it a distribution contract; the contract was returned signed by SIFAM along with a firm order for spark plugs. Some time later, the manufacturer refused to deliver the order, citing suspicions of counterfeiting of the NGK trademark by the SIFAM group
ALERTS : DISTRIBUTION - SELECTIVE DISTRIBUTION - DOMINANT POSITION - REFUSAL TO SELL
Refusal to sell: The Paris Court of Appeal considers a candle company to be abusing its dominant position in a case of refusal to sell (NGK SPARK PLUGS / SIFAM)
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