On 25 October 2011, the General Court handed down its judgments in two appeals made by Aragonesas and Uralita against the Commission’s sodium chlorate cartel decision. Uralita’s argument that it should not incur liability for Aragonesas’s behaviour was rejected by the General Court. The General Court found that even though Aragonesa was not owned by Uralita at the time of the infringement, Uralita had absorbed all the assets and liabilities of Aragonesa’s preceding parent company and therefore had assumed liability for Aragonesa’s behaviour. Read more. However, the General Court reduced the period during which Aragonesa was found to be infringing Article 101 and consequently reduced the fines place on Aragonesa and Uralita. Read more.