The Kenyan Competition Authority finds that the world’s second-biggest cement producer has engaged in a price-fixing agreement due to the acquisition of shareholdings in two direct competitors (Lafarge)

Kenya: Lafarge faces possible price-fixing penalties due to cross shareholding* East Africa back on antitrust enforcer’s mat in hybrid unilateral / collusion case The Kenyan Competition Authority has alleged that Lafarge has engaged in price-fixing due to the company’s cross-shareholding in cement producers Eastern African Portland Company and Bamburi Cement. (Interestingly,

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John Oxenham, The Kenyan Competition Authority finds that the world’s second-biggest cement producer has engaged in a price-fixing agreement due to the acquisition of shareholdings in two direct competitors (Lafarge), 17 February 2014, e-Competitions February 2014, Art. N° 65931

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