Under EU competition law, a company does not have to be dominant for its tying arrangements to raise concerns given the general ban on anticompetitive agreements — as a matter currently being investigated illustrates. Additional information is available in our September 2012 EU/UK Competition Law Newsletter.
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Tying arrangements can raise concerns under EU competition law
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