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Spain’s National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC: Spanish acronyms for Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia) has imposed a fine of 203.6 million euros on six of Spain’s leading construction companies for altering the competitive process in infrastructure construction tenders for more than 25 years.

Spain’s National Markets and Competition Commission (CNMC: Spanish acronyms for Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia) has imposed a fine of 203.6 million euros on six of Spain’s leading construction companies for altering the competitive process in infrastructure construction tenders for more than 25 years.

Background information: Since 1992, the companies Acciona Construcción, S.A., Dragados, S.A., FCC Construcción, Ferrovial Construcción, Obrascón Huarte Lain, S.A. and Sacyr Construcción, S.A. met weekly, analyzed and decided on the public contract tenders in which...

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Cartel fines imposed on 22 Danish discos

Cartel fines imposed on 22 Danish discos

At the end of 2021, the Danish Competition Council announced that it had imposed fines on 18 discos and their joint procurement company. Subsequently, the Competition Council has imposed fines on four additional discos. All the involved companies acknowledge having...

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HTS Besafe has accepted a fine of DKK 8 million

The Danish Competition Council has fined a manufacturer of babies' and children's products, HTS Besafe, a Danish branch of the Norwegian HTS Besafe AS, for unlawfully RPM-agreements with a number of resellers. HTS Besafe's violation of Danish Competition Law HTS...

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