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Response to the European Commission report on Motor Vehicle Block Exemption Regulation (EC) No 1400/2002

Date

16 Sep 2008

Sections

Transport
Innovation & Enterprise
Trade & Society

CLEPA sees a significant impairment of the free competition of repairing and maintaining of  automotives, the so-called Automotive Aftermarket, if the European Commission were not to extend  the  detailed  provisions  of  the  current Motor  Vehicle  Block  Exemption  Regulation (EC) No 1400/2002  (MVBER).  Scrapping  the MVBER would be  a wrong  signal  from  the European  competition watchdog, DG COMP,  particularly  regarding  the  automotive  service and parts supply sector.

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