||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 291 (Mar)
||Competition Commission Appeal Tribunal, Scotland
Sir Christopher Bellamy QC (The President), Professor A Bain and Miss P Quigley
||Nicholas Green QC (instructed by Herbert Smith) for the applicant.
||Mark Hoskins (instructed by the Director General of Fair Trading) for the Director.
||Fergus Randolph (instructed by Shoosmiths) for the intervenor.
||19 March 2002
Competition - Rules on competition - Abuse of dominant position - Pricing of advertising space in newspapers - Relevant market - Whether Director General defining relevant market correctly - .
On an appeal by the applicant against the decision of the Director General that the applicant had abused a dominant position in the market for the supply of advertising space in local newspapers in the Aberdeen area the tribunal set aside the decision on the grounds that the treatment in the decision of the relevant product market was inadequate and remitted the matter to the director for further consideration.
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