The terms offered sound similar to what the DOJ settlement covers with one notable exception: No auditing/monitoring.
That tells you why they're *really* fighting in the US: they don't want their business and accounting practices scrutinized.
I wonder why...
(And, of course, they're looking to use the Brusselcrats to enforce *coordinated* limits on discounting that amount to, yes, *another* conspiracy to fix prices and limit discounting. But this one government sanctioned and enforced.)
They'll probably get away with it, too, given that EU antitrust is not about consumer protection at all.