The Spanish Competition Authority puts an end to infringement proceedings against hardware and software company suspected of refusal to supply (Oracle)

The Spanish Competition Authority (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, the CNC) put an end to the infringement proceedings S/354/11 Oracle (the Decision). These infringement proceedings were formally opened pursuant to a complaint by a competitor which considered that Oracle had committed an abuse of a dominant position contrary to Article 2 of the Spanish Competition Law (Law 15/2007, of 3 July, on Defence of Competition, the LDC) and Article 102 of the Treaty of the functioning of the European Union (the TFEU) by refusing access to a certain product (i.e., high-end relational databases). However, the Council of the CNC concluded that the alleged infringement had not been duly accredited. The Decision is of interest since it outlines a number of

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Alfredo Gómez Álvarez, The Spanish Competition Authority puts an end to infringement proceedings against hardware and software company suspected of refusal to supply (Oracle), 26 février 2013, e-Competitions February 2013, Art. N° 51806

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