The company Turbo Europe, better known under the name Automobil- Eclerc, has been in dispute with the French automobile manufacturers for a number of years. After attempting to place orders for new vehicles from Peugeot, Citroën and Renault and being turned down on the grounds of not belonging to the respective network of each of the brands in question, Turbo Europe filed successive actions against the French manufacturers before the French Competition Council (Conseil de la concurrence) and the national courts. 1. Reminder of the procedurea) Proceedings before the Competition Council On 16 May 2007, the Competition Council gave its decision rejecting the claims of the company Turbo Europe thereby : – dismissing Turbo Europe's demand for withdrawal of the benefit of the exemption
The Paris Commercial Court rules that it has no jurisdiction to withdraw the benefit of the exemption provided by a block exemption regulation (Turbo Europe / Peugeot / Renault / Citroën)
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