Mono-product: The General Court of the European Union rules in the North Sea shrimps cartel that the European Commission must state in its decision the criteria for setting the different reduction rates applied when it decides to reduce the fines imposed to several undertakings due to the ‘mono-product’ nature of their activities (Stührk Delikatessen Import)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In the North Sea shrimp cartel case, the Commission found that several companies had infringed Article 101 TFEU on the Belgian, German, French and Dutch markets for northern shrimps through practices of price-fixing and exchange of sensitive commercial information in a single and continuous infringement. As such, it imposed fines, the calculation of which, although standard under its

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