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European Community Competition Procedure

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Annex 2: Commission's documents
1.
1. Letter informing parties of incomplete notification480
2.
2. Acknowledgement of receipt of complaint/letter/notification with preliminary view taken481
3.
3. Rejection of a complaint: 'Article 6 letter".482
4.
4. Request for information pursuant to notification or complaint from notifier or complainant486
5.
5. Follow-up letter chasing information requested by the Commission488
6.
6. Request for information to be supplied by an undertaking following a complaint489
7.
7. Request for information on the Commission's own initiative491
8.
8. Request for information in the form of a binding decision493
9.
9. Decision to impose a periodic penalty payment for delay in supplying information494
10.
10. Authorization of a Commission official to carry out an investigation (with explanatory note to authorization to investigate under Article 14(2) of Regulation 17)495
11.
11. Decision requiring a firm to submit to an investigation (model). (with explanatory note to the authorization to investigate in execution of a Commission decision under Article 14(3) of Regulation 17.)497
12.
12. Minute of notification of formal decision to investigate501
13.
13. Decision requiring a firm to submit to an investigation (example)502
14.
14. Notice of intention to publish details of an agreement or practice etc. before a decision is taken504
15.
15. 'Carlsberg-type' notice505
16.
16. Administrative letter closing the file because of mihnor importance506
17.
17. Negative clearance comfort letter507
18.
18. Block exemption comfort letter508
19.
19. Individual exemption comfort letter without prior publication509
20.
20. Individual exemption comfort letter following prior publication of details, also showing example of comfort letter of limited duration510
21.
21. Discomfort letter512
22.
22. Warning letter513
23.
23. Letter dealing with structural joint venture (with preliminary notice)515
24.
24. Letter informing party that file is to be shelved517
25.
25. Commission note on interim measures518

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