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The General Court of the European Union authorizes the Commission to communicate information submitted in support of its leniency program, through the publication of a new and more detailed version of its penalty decision in the hydrogen peroxide cartel

Marta Giner Asins and Mélanie Thill-Tayara, e-Competitions, Art. N° 72350, January 2015

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On January 28, 2015, the General Court of the European Union (General Court) authorized the European Commission (Commission) to publish a new and more detailed version of a penalty decision, including information submitted pursuant to its leniency program. This solution should cause undertakings wishing to make a leniency application to take into account the margin of appreciation conferred to the Commission to communicate the content of its penalty decisions.

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