...sería ilegal ("anti-competitive") bajo las leyes europeas, estoy seguro, seguro.
Me acuerdo de campañas en Irlanda para "comprar productos irlandeses" y las declararon ilegal.
Many people would find measures promoting the country's locally-produced goods unobjectionable -- why, after all, should Irish trade organizations not mount a `Buy Irish!' campaign? But such a campaign was specifically disallowed by the EJC, on the grounds that it offends against Art. 90. If it is assumed that the purpose behind Art. 90 is to ensure that imported products can compete on equal terms with locally-produced goods, it is clear that ECJ's finding is correct. After all, it could significantly disadvantage importers of goods into Ireland, if they were faced with a massive, coordinated campaign to discourage the purchase of imported goods. All the same, this finding is surprising in the amount of control that it is prepared to grant to EU institutions over national behaviour. The offending organization in the Buy Irish case was not even the Irish state itself, it was a private organization. Similarly, the finding of the ECJ in Dassonville1974 shows that there is no limit on how small a potential restriction on importation might be, and still engage Art. 28.
Estoy con Tomás en este asunto: Buenos productos a buen precio etc.