The Spanish Competition Authority fines €3,5 million three cartels in the solid fuels trading market

The Spanish Competition authority (CNMC) has imposed a total fine of €3.5 million on six companies for their participation in up to three different cartels involving the exchange of sensitive commercial information, the allocation of customers and the fixing of prices in relation to different types of solid fuels. In addition, five managers of these companies have also been sanctioned with a total fine of €166,700. According to the CNMC, these practices took place from 1999 to 2018, constituting a single and continuous infringement for almost 20 years. The solid fuels

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Candela Sotés Macaya, The Spanish Competition Authority fines €3,5 million three cartels in the solid fuels trading market, 22 December 2020, e-Competitions December 2020, Art. N° 99422

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