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Competition News - July / August 2012
Passing on extra costs to customers: an effective defence in actions seeking damages for anti-competitive practices
European Union
6 Aug 2012
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The Bribery Act: Now In Force
After some delay, the Bribery Act 2010 (the ‘Act’) finally came into force on 1 July 2011 (see Commercial Thinking 2010 – 2nd Edition for our comments on the Act when it was originally enacted).
UK
13 Sep 2011
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Russian Competition Practice Alert
The term "state or municipal aid" has been replaced with "state or municipal preferences". The grounds and procedure for granting state and municipal preferences, and for the state authorities to receive the approval of FAS for preferences, have been revised.
Russian Federation
20 Oct 2009
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Paris Competition Bulletin - July 2009
In a notable judgement of 4 June 2009, the T-Mobile case, the European Court of Justice (the "ECJ") gave important clarifications on the concept of concerted practice under Article 81(1) EC.
France
26 Aug 2009
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Private Enforcement: Hungary´s Amended Competition Act Offers Some Innovative Options
On 1 June 2009, amendments to Hungary's Competition Act came into force. Some of the amended Competition Act's most interesting changes are the provisions on private enforcement.
Hungary
10 Jul 2009
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Payment Protection Insurance ("PPI") - Major Market Intervention By The Competition Commission
Providers of PPI face a prohibition on the selling of PPI at the point of sale of credit, as well as a prohibition on the selling of single-premium PPI policies, under proposals (remedies) published by the Competition Commission (the CC) on 13 November 2008.
UK
25 Nov 2008
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The European Court Of Justice ("ECJ") Has Passed Judgement On The GSK/Skyfait Quote Policy
The long-awaited judgment of the ECJ in the GSK/Syfait quota policy case was handed down on 16 September 2008. The ECJ was asked to rule on whether GSK's refusal to deliver the whole of wholesalers' orders could constitute an abuse of dominant position.
European Union
17 Oct 2008
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New Competition Law Focuses Attention On ‘Group Of Persons´
It may be too early to judge whether Russia’s new competition law, which took effect less than five months ago, will live up to its promise to modernize and streamline Russian antimonopoly review of mergers, acquisitions, and similar equity transactions.
Russian Federation
15 Aug 2007
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