British support to DFDS in Channel dispute

In a new ruling, The British Competition Commission maintains that it was within the authority's legal jurisdiction to ban Eurotunnel's ferry operations on the Channel.

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The case between DFDS and Eurotunnel has moved another step forward after the British Competition Commission (BCC) has ruled that the case was within the authority's legal jurisdiction. A final decision is now expected in early May.

DFDS reported Eurotunnel to the BCC a long time ago, when Eurotunnel acquired assets from bankrupt SeaFrance.

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