The European Commission has opened a formal procedure for reviewing cartels and abuse of dominance to determine whether Broadcom could, in violation of EU rules, restrict competition through exclusive practices. The Commission intends, as part of the investigation, to take interim measures with regard to tv and modem chipsets (…) In Honeyrose Bakery v Lola`s Kitchen (2015), Honeyrose was named “exclusive supplier” of Lola cupcakes. But the agreement also contained an ambiguity that allowed Lola to manufacture the products herself. The Tribunal therefore found that Lola had not agreed to withdraw from this activity as a whole. Honeyrose may have taken some comfort from the fact that the word “exclusive” was used – when his appointment could have been more precisely called “sole” (see box below). In a preliminary investigation in 2011 into allegations that Abal-o-lu Yem Soya ve Tekstil A. (” Abal-o-lu “) had exclusivity clauses in its distributor contracts for the sale of chicken meat and eggs under the “Lezita” mark, the Commission had decided that Abal-o-lu would not oppose Law No . . The committee of the 6th and the (…) On 26 December 2019, the newly created Competition Authority of New Caledonia issued its first sanction decision. This is a practice of maintaining exclusive import agreements, which are sometimes accompanied by a non-competition clause and are contrary to Article 421-2-1 of Article 421-2-1 of the (…) An exclusive distribution agreement may manifest itself as a territorial restriction if the supplier agrees to sell its products to a distributor only for resale in a specific territory or as a customer restriction, where the supplier is limited to sales to a particular group of customers. It is very popular in the pharmaceutical sector, where chemists are named exclusively for institutional sales to large buyers like hospitals, etc. Exclusive distribution agreements can also function as an agreement providing an exclusive means/channel for the sale/distribution of goods, z.B offline or online. Under EU competition law, online sales are considered passive sales and possible restrictions on these passive sales are considered severe restrictions.