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What article prohibits the abuse of a dominant position by undertaking/s within the internal market/substantial part in so far as it may affect trade between MS
what does Paragraph 7 of the Noice of the Definition of the Relevant Market 1997 say?
concerns whether consumer is willing/able to buy another product should the origional not be availible
concerns whether rival manufactuers would be easily able to produce competing goods
example of high supply sustainibility
example of low supply sustainabiity
the spare parts for cash registers were found to be a seperate market
NW Germany was found to be a sufficiently substantial part of market in which an undertaking can be dominant
Eire was found to be a sufficiently substantial part of market in which an undertaking can be dominant
'relevant temporal market' was relevant because of an oil crisis
why was the RTM market relevent in United Brands (although argument failed)
which case defines a Dominant Position in the Market as 'a position of economic strength which enables it to prevent effective compeition and gives it the power to behave independe
Why did microsoft have to hand over some IP rights
which case concerned Superior Technology re vitamins
Chemical maker reduced prices to below average cost to drive out rivals
What is it called when an undertaking controls every stage of the manufacturing process
what percentage market share did Tetra Pak have
what percentage market share did Intel have?
what percentage market share did United Brands' cloest rival have
how did Michelin abuse their dominant position
how did Intel abuse their dominant position?
Which undertaking used blackmail to try to force another undertaking to agree to be bought out by them
Which undertaking have better sailing times to its own ferries
What is the first step of the criteria established in Microspft for bundling to be an offence
What is the third steps of the criteria discussed above?
what case shows that the abuse only need to POTENTIALLY affect inter state trade?
what case demonstrates role of EU ombudsman ie. investgating maladministration
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