The General Court annuls the decision of the Commission rejecting a complaint against PKP Cargo, a company controlled by the Polish State, concerning an alleged abuse of its dominant position on the market for rail freight transport services in Poland* The General Court examines for the first time the impact of systemic or generalised deficiencies in the rule of law in a Member State on determining the competition authority that is best placed to examine a complaint In the context of the exercise of activities in the forwarding services sector, the company established under Polish law Sped-Pro S.A. (‘the applicant’) used rail freight transport services supplied by PKP Cargo S.A., a company controlled by the Polish State. On 4 November 2016, the applicant lodged a complaint against
The EU General Court annuls the decision of the Commission rejecting a complaint against a state-owned logistics operator concerning its alleged abuse of dominance on the market for rail freight transport services in Poland (PKP Cargo)
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