By  on October 8, 2019

PARIS — France’s competition authority has handed down fines totaling 176,000 euros to Procter & Gamble, Coty and Chanel, among other companies and their wholesale importers, for having set up exclusive import agreements in the Antilles, Guyana and Réunion Island.

The Lurel Law, dating from March 22, 2013, prohibits exclusive agreements to import to the French overseas territories. The law was established to address specific problems related to the region.

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