Limited discretion : The General Court of the European Union annuls partially the decision of the Commission regarding its assessment of the (in)ability to pay of the company both in the decision and in a letter rejecting a request for a new assessment, but doesn’t reduce in any way the amount of the fine in the frame of its unlimited jurisdiction (Westfälische Drahtindustrie)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. "Club Zurich", "Club Europe", "Club España", "Club Italia": the companies involved in the prestressing steel market had only the embarrassment of the choice of meetings to reach agreement. This is what they did from 1984 to 2002. Such an important cartel could not remain secret indefinitely, in particular for the Commission, which, in its decision of 30 June 2010, C(2010) 4387 final, sanctioned the behaviour of 18 'undertakings', involving the fixing of quotas, customer sharing, price fixing and the exchange of sensitive commercial information, both at European level ('Club Zurich' and later 'Club Europe') and at regional and national level ('Club España'

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