PARIS – The European Court of Justice (ECJ) upholds a European Commission fine imposed on General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG operations in the Netherlands for breaking European Union trade rules. Opel Nederland was hit with a €43 million ($50.6 million) fine by the Commission in 2000 for prohibiting dealers from supplying products to consumers or to other Opel dealers in other European Union member countries. The Commission found – in effect – that Opel Nederland had ...
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