||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 61 (Sep)
||Court of First Instance (Second Chamber)
Judges Pirrung (President), Forwood and Papasavvas
||12 September 2007
European Community - Rules on competition - Agreements preventing, restricting or distorting competition - Commission determining agreements between applicants and other undertakings restricting trade - Commission imposing fine - Whether Commission in error - Whether fine too high - EC Treaty, art 81(1).
European Community Rules on competition. European Community Rules on competition. On the evidence, the European Commission had erred in determining that the applicants remained liable for restrictions on competition that arose out of agreements between the parties following the termination of one of those agreements. The 30m fine imposed would be reduced to 20m.
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