The Spanish Competition Authority fines the maritime transport companies operating in the Balearic Islands for participating in a cartel (Balearia Eurolineas, Maritimas, Compania Trasmediterranea and Islena Maritima de Contenedores)

The Spanish National Competition Commission has imposed fines of more than 54 million euros on the companies Transmediterránea, Balearia, Isleña Marítima de Contenedores, Sercomisa and Mediterránea Pitiusa for having participated in a cartel on the maritime passenger transport lines for cargo and passengers that connects the Spanish mainland with the Balearic Islands and the Islands itself with one another. On April, 19th, 2010, the CNC received a letter from the Island Council of Ibiza (Consell Insular de Ibiza) in which it made a

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Patricia Pérez Fernández, The Spanish Competition Authority fines the maritime transport companies operating in the Balearic Islands for participating in a cartel (Balearia Eurolineas, Maritimas, Compania Trasmediterranea and Islena Maritima de Contenedores), 23 February 2012, e-Competitions February 2012, Art. N° 45549

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