Horizontal Agreement

Horizontal Agreement

An agreement between two companies at the same level on the supply chain to work together. At its worst, a horizontal agreement can indicate collusion. However, this is ordinarily not the case; for example, companies may agree to pool their marketing resources for mutual benefit.
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FINLAND: An MoU was signed with Finland by which the provisions namely code share, intermodal services, routing flexibility and open sky on cargo, which are mandatory requirement of Horizontal Agreement coming into force were agreed to by Finland.
Similar to the RSNs, there is no horizontal agreement between MVPDs, which are truly direct competitors.
The document contains provisions of so-called horizontal agreement, which is intended to bring existing agreement in air services between Kazakhstan and the European Union in line with EU legislation.
The easier and more effective parallel exclusion is, the less likely it is to be addressed under antitrust doctrine that focuses on horizontal agreement among the excluders.
The GCCA official said that the UAE was in discussions with the European Union to have a horizontal agreement on open sky policies instead of talking to individual member countries of the Union.
According to the CPC's statement, released yesterday, the companies were found to be guilty of both horizontal agreement (among themselves) and of vertical agreement (between firms up or down the supply chain from one another).
the horizontal agreement is necessary to achieve some productive efficiency;
While we have begun a number of horizontal distribution initiatives, this is our first horizontal agreement that also custom-scopes by geography near real-time feeds of relevant video.
They cover the economic, legal, and historical background of the country, including national and international sources, scope of application, substantive provisions and main notions, and the enforcement system, then examine cartels and other horizontal agreements, vertical restraints, types of abusive conduct by the dominant firms, and the appraisal of concentrations; the administrative enforcement of competition law, focusing on the antitrust authorities' powers of investigation and the right of defense of suspected companies; voluntary merger notifications and clearance decisions; filing obligations; and the judicial review of administrative decisions; and raising challenges to administrative decisions.
At the same time as publishing the new draft guidelines on horizontal agreements, the European Commission published draft new block exemptions covering specialisation agreements and research and development agreements.
He was Chair of the Section's Working Group responding to the Commission White Paper on the reform of EC antitrust enforcement, and he co-chaired Working Groups on the 1997 amendments to the EC Merger Regulation, the EC Green Paper on Vertical Restraints and the Commission's draft guidelines on Horizontal Agreements.
One is the highfalutin language of bar association meetings and academic conferences, where sessions are given titles like "Antitrust Enforcement and High Technology Markets," "Networks, Lock-In Effects, and the New Economy," and "New Approaches to Reviewing Horizontal Agreements.