Regulator: Pierre Cardin, Licensee Breached EU Competition Law

The European Commission has informed Pierre Cardin and licensee Ahlers Group that they may have breached EU antitrust rules. The companies are accused of restricting cross-border sales of Pierre Cardin-licensed clothing and sales to specific customers. If found guilty, they could face fines of up to 10% of their turnover. This investigation is part of the Commission's broader effort to crack down on anti-competitive activity in the fashion industry. Other brands such as Caudalie, Nike, and Guess have also faced fines for similar offenses.

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