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UK Competition Commission will appeal Channel ruling

The UK Competition Commission will appeal the ruling from a British Court of Appeal in the case regarding Eurotunnel's ferry operations on the English Channel, says DFDS in a stock market announcement.

The UK Competition Commission is applying for permission to appeal the ruling from a British Court of Appeal in the case regarding Eurotunnel's ferry operations on the English Channel, according to a statement from DFDS, which is under severe competitive pressure on the channel due to Eurotunnel's ferry operations.

The UK Competition and Markets Authoruty at first ruled that Eurotunnel, which already operates the tunnel below the English Channel, was to cease ferry operations because these were in violation with competition regulations. But last week a British Court of Appeal sided with MyFerryLink and cooperatice company SCOP in the appeal of that decision.

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