FRANCE: EU court throws out Danone beer appeal

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 8 February 2007

The European Commission has today (8 February) welcomed a European court's decision to throw out an appeal from Group Danone against fines imposed over the company's alleged role in a Belgian beer cartel.

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The European Commission has today (8 February) welcomed a European court's decision to throw out an appeal from Group Danone against fines imposed over the company's alleged role in a Belgian beer cartel.

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