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The Danish Competition Council has approved STARK Danmark’s acquisition of sole control of Jens Schultz A/S
On 3rd September 2020 the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (hereinafter “DCCA”) received a complete notification of STARK Danmark A/S’ (hereinafter “STARK”) acquisition of sole control of Jens Schultz A/S (hereinafter “Jens Schultz”).
Denmark: Fine of DKK 225,000 to the German undertaking Cloud7
On January 4, 2021, the German undertaking Cloud7 GmbH accepted to pay a fine of DKK 225,000 (€ 30,243) for resale price maintenance.
Danish Maritime and Commercial High Court: Deutz and Diesel Motor Nordic infringed competition legislation by preventing the supply of spare parts for the IC3-trains
On 11 January 2021, the Maritime and Commercial High Court has confirmed that Deutz abused its dominant position by refusing to supply engine spare parts to the IC3-trains and that Deutz and Diesel Motor Nordic jointly made an anti-competitive agreement to prevent the import of the spare parts. The Competition Council first adopted a decision in the case in 2013.
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