Topic: Resale price maintenance

Netherlands investigates resale price maintenance

The Netherlands’ competition authority says it is probing alleged resale price maintenance agreements between manufacturers and online sellers of consumer goods, after raiding several company offices last week.

03 January 2019

Clothing brand racks up fine for online restrictions

The European Commission has fined clothing company Guess €39.8 million for online sales and advertising restrictions, but it reduced the overall fine by 50% after the company admitted breaching competition rules.

17 December 2018

Poland probes Brother for resale price maintenance

Poland’s antitrust watchdog is investigating electronics company Brother over alleged resale price maintenance on printers, following information received from an anonymous whistleblower.

12 October 2018

Greece fines Unilever for abuse of dominance in margarine

Greece’s competition enforcer has fined Unilever €27.6 million for implementing anticompetitive practices and abusing its dominant position in the national market for margarine products.

11 October 2018

Indian enforcement fine overturned for first time by new tribunal

India’s competition tribunal has set aside a €12 million fine on Hyundai for alleged resale price maintenance and unlawful tying, ruling that the country’s competition commission cannot rely purely on the findings of its investigative arm and must conduct its own analysis of evidence.

27 September 2018

Portugal hits Super Bock with RPM chargesheet

Portugal’s Competition Authority has sent a statement of objections to the brewer Super Bock Group and six of its directors for alleged resale price maintenance.

13 August 2018

EU issues first RPM fines in 15 years

The European Commission has fined four electronics manufacturers €111 million for restricting the prices that online retailers could charge for their consumer goods.

24 July 2018

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