The Slovak Antimonopoly Office imposes high fines for bid-rigging (Highway D1)

In January 2006 the Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic (“AMO”) published a decision of the first instance (adopted in December 2005) fining several Slovak and foreign construction companies a total of almost SKK 1.5 billion (approx. EUR 40 million) for alleged bid-rigging. In addition to imposing the highest fine in the history of the AMO, this is also

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  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Bratislava)
  • Šoltýs & Korniet (Bratislava)

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Peter Oravec, Andrej Šoltýs, The Slovak Antimonopoly Office imposes high fines for bid-rigging (Highway D1), 23 December 2005, e-Competitions December 2005, Art. N° 438

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