12 May 2021 | Trucks Cartel Case | Amsterdam District Court rules in favour of CDC in a key judgment, confirming the binding effect of the entire European Commission’s decision, the scope and nature of the Trucks cartel as well as the likeliness of a damage caused.
> CDC Press Release 
> English translation of judgment 

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Damaged companies are entitled to full compensation if they have been a victim of competition law infringements.

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