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26 March 2021

New Decision By The Danish High Court Regarding Restrictive Trade Agreements (Price Coordination)

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The Danish High Court has upheld a decision originally made by the Danish Competition Council regarding a Danish Gas Distribution company’s breach of the Danish Competition Law.

The Gas Distribution company was found to have been coordinating prices with two competitors and a trade association.

The Court found that the price coordination constituted a breach on the prohibition against entering into restrictive trade agreements that directly or indirectly aim to or result in a substantial restriction of the competition on the market.

The decision demonstrates that price coordination is a severe breach of the Competition Act.

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