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Collectibles giant Topps’ demand to investigate whether FIFA and others violated EU antitrust rules in the licensing of soccer-related collectibles was rightly refused for a lack of evidence of infringement, the European General Court ruled Wednesday.

LUXEMBOURG – Collectibles giant Topps’ demand to investigate whether FIFA and others violated EU antitrust rules in the licensing of soccer-related collectibles was rightly refused for a lack of evidence of infringement, the European General Court ruled Wednesday.

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