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New crucial day for DFDS in the English Channel

According to plan The British Competition Commission will decide on Monday whether the authority will reconsider its ruling to ban Eurotunnel from operating ferries in the Channel.

The British Competition Commission will decide on Monday whether to reconsider its ruling last year to ban Eurotunnel from operating ferries in the English Channel, according to news media Financial Mail on Sunday. This happens after the Competition Appeal Tribunal approximately one month ago, on December 4th 2013, raised doubts about whether it was within the British Competition Commission's jurisdiction to decide on whether Eurotunnel is allowed to operate a ferry business from British ports due to the company's total, dominant market position, which would weaken the competition.

Eurotunnel wins appeal battle on the Channel

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