The Israeli Competition Authority fines a company for abuse of its monopoly status, unreasonable refusal to supply and for the violation of merger conditions in the soft drink market (Coca Cola)

THE COMMISSIONER OF COMPETITION FINED COCA COLA ISRAEL APPROXIMATELY NIS 39 MILLION:* The Commissioner of Competition decided today (Tuesday) to impose a monetary sanction of approximately NIS 39 Million on the Central Company for Sales and Distribution, for abusing its monopoly status, for unreasonable refusal to supply, for violation of instructions, for violation of a consent decree and for violation of merger conditions The Competition Commissioner decided today (Tuesday) that the Central Company for Sales and Distribution (distributor of Coca Cola in Israel) abused its monopoly status in the cola soft drink market and also refused unreasonably to supply the product. The Commissioner also determined that the Company violated instructions it received as a monopoly, violated

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Israel Antitrust Authority, The Israeli Competition Authority fines a company for abuse of its monopoly status, unreasonable refusal to supply and for the violation of merger conditions in the soft drink market (Coca Cola), 25 December 2019, e-Competitions December 2019, Art. N° 92981

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