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The Commission fines five car safety equipment suppliers

The Commission fines five car safety equipment suppliers

The European Commission has fined Tokai Rika, Takata, Autoliv, Toyoda Gosei and Marutaka a total of € 34 million for breaching EU antitrust rules. The five suppliers acknowledged their involvement in the cartels and agreed to settle the case. Takata ...

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The trucks cartel: the Commission fines Scania €880 523 000

The trucks cartel: the Commission fines Scania €880 523 000

On September 27, 2017, the European Commission found that Scania broke EU antitrust rules. The collusion concerned the new emission technologies required by the Euro III to Euro VI environmental standards, specifically coordination on timing and coordination on passing on ...

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THE SPANISH CNMC HAS INITIATED PROCEEDINGS AGAINST PFIZER

THE SPANISH CNMC HAS INITIATED PROCEEDINGS AGAINST PFIZER

The CNMC, the Spanish Competition Authority, has initiated proceedings against Pfizer for a potential anticompetitive conduct derived from the supply contracts. The referred company signed the contracts with several wholesale distributors. Such supply contracts are deemed to impede effective parallel ...

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CMA CONSULTS ON MODIFIED MOTOR INSURANCE ORDER

CMA CONSULTS ON MODIFIED MOTOR INSURANCE ORDER

The CMA is consulting on a modified draft order, which sets out how changes resulting from its investigation into private motor insurance will be introduced and monitored. In September last year, the CMA published its final report into private motor ...

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