On 26 November 2015, the National Markets and Competition Commission ("CNMC") imposed fines on two Spanish collecting societies for employing abusive practices in their statutorily imposed collective management of equitable remunerations rights. Specifically, AIE, which represents music performers, was fined €1.579.020 while AGEDI, which represents phonogram producers, was fined €1.211.400 In its Resolution, the CNMC concluded that between the years 2006 and 2014, AIE and AGEDI set an unfair and discriminatory tariff system for the payment of remuneration rights by radio broadcasters, which the CNMC considered a breach of article 2 of Act 15/2007 of 3 July 2007, on the Protection of Competition ("Spanish Competition Act") and article 102 TFEU. AIE and AGEDI established different rates for radio broadcasters depending on whether they were public or private companies and whether they were members of the Spanish Commercial Radio Association ("AERC"). According to the Resolution, the discriminatory system set by AIE and AGEDI caused serious harm to private radio broadcasters, generating the most harm for those broadcasters which were not members of the AERC. The Resolution is not subject administrative appeal, therefore it may be only reviewed by the Spanish National High Court. However, no announcement has yet been made by either of the collecting societies regarding their intentions to appeal the Resolution.