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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

08 JUL 2011

Consumer Detergents - Case COMP/ 39.579 (13 April 2011)

Summary of Commission decision
The cartel participants were fined more than €315m for operating a cartel that aimed to stabilise market positions and coordinate prices. The cartel started when the companies implemented an initiative through their trade association to improve the environmental performance of detergent products.


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