The Spanish Competition Authority fines six cargo handling companies and five trade unions for entering into anticompetitive agreements (Port of Vigo)

Six cargo handling companies and five trade unions have been fined by the Spanish Competition Authority (“CNMC”) for concluding agreements that restricted competition in the Port of Vigo (Spain), increased prices and decreased competitiveness. The fines amount to EUR 3 million for the cargo handling companies and EUR

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Miguel Troncoso Ferrer, Sara Moya Izquierdo, Clara García Fernández, The Spanish Competition Authority fines six cargo handling companies and five trade unions for entering into anticompetitive agreements (Port of Vigo), 1 August 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin August 2018, Art. N° 88011

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