Telenor Challenges Enforcer's €112M Antitrust Fine

Law360 (October 16, 2020, 4:56 PM EDT) -- Telenor ASA and its Norwegian subsidiary have asked a European court to toss nearly €112 million ($130 million) in fines levied by the economic enforcer for the Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway market, which concluded the company was abusing its dominant position in Norway's mobile market.

In a Thursday filing, the Court of Justice of the European Free Trade Association States said Telenor requested the court completely annul its June decision, which upheld the fines brought by the EFTA Surveillance Authority.

More specifically, the court had ruled that Telenor violated the Agreement in the European Economic Area — the document that outlines...

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