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Comment on the Irish beef case of the European Court of Justice

This case concerns the beef processing sector in Ireland. In this industry, cattle is slaughtered and deboned before it is sold on. Following a sharp downturn in overall demand for these services, industry representatives agreed on a limitation of the existing overcapacity. The question before the Court was whether these agreements have an anti-competitive object.

 

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Comment on the Irish beef case of the European Court of Justice (PDF - 91.97 KB)