European Community Competition Procedure

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Annex 3: Table of Fines
Date Commission Infringement: Name of Party Fine (ECU) CJEC/CFI
Decision Type and judgment
Duration
16.07.69Quinine Article 85(1): ACF 210,000 200,000
1969 OJ L192/5 Horizontal market Chemiefarma
[ 1969] CMLR D41 sharing, price Boehringer 1900,000 180,000
and quota fixing: Buchler 65,000 55,000
6 YRS Pointet 12,500 No appeal
Nogentaise 12,500 No appeal
Pharmacie 12,500 No appeal
Centrale Total:CJEC: As above
500,000 [ 1970] ECR 661
24.07.69Dyestuffs Article 85(1): ICI 50,000 ACNA's fine
1969 OJ L 195/11 Horizontal price BASF 50,000 refuced to
[ 1969] CMLR D23 fixing: 4 YRS Bayer 50,000 30,000 Ciba: no
Geigy 50,000 appeal. The
Sandoz 50,000 remaining fines
Francolor 50,000 were left
Cassella 50,000 unchanged
Hoechst 50,000 [ 1972] ECR 619
ACNA 40,000 [ 1972] CMLR
Ciba 50,000 557
Total:
490,000
.11.71Raffinerie Art. 15(1)(c) Reg -- 5.000 No appeal
Tulemontoise 17
1971 Bull. EC Incomplete
11/55 Provision of
records during
invstigation.
23.11.72Pittsburgh Coming Article 85(1): -- 100.000 No appeal
Europe Discriminatory
1972 OJ L 272/35 pricing, restriction
[ 1973] CMLR D2 on parallel imports
1.5 YRS
14.12.72Commercial Solvents Article 86: Refusal CSC-ICI 200,000CJEC: Fine
1972 OJ L 299/51 to Supply. 2 YRS reduced to
[ 1973] CMLR D43 100,000
[ 1974] ECR 223
[ 1974] 1 CMLR
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