*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In the course of a Decision No. 17-D-16 rendered on September 7, 2017In the case of Engie, the Competition Authority has accepted and made binding the commitments made by Engie regarding pricing practices relating to gas market offers. In so doing, it closed the proceedings on the merits initiated in October 2015 following a referral from Direct Energie. In that case, the Authority had ordered provisional measures in the form of a Decision No. 16-MC-01 of May 2, 2016. It noted that Engie may have set the prices of its individualised, i.e. off-catalogue, market offers reserved for undertakings without taking into account its actual costs, at the risk of
ALERT: UNILATERAL PRACTICE - ABUSE OF DOMINANT POSITION - COMMITMENTS - PREDATORY PRICING - MARKET TEST
Predatory pricing: The French Competition Authority makes commitments by the French incumbent natural gas operator binding (Engie)
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