||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 41 (Jan)
||European Court of Justice
Judges Vesterdorf (President), Azizi and Legal
||13 January 2004
European Communities - Competition - Rules of competition - Agreements preventing, restricting or distorting competition - Application to annul decision of European Commission - Reasonableness of length of proceedings - Art 81 EC.
On an application to annul a decision of the European Commission that the applicant and its subsidiaries had entered into agreements, the object of which was to restrict competition within the common market, the Court of First Instance held, inter alia, that, in respect of the investigation of the complaint made to the Commission in 1996, the total duration of the procedure did not infringe the principle that the Commission should act within a reasonable time.
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