The Spanish Competition Authority fines thirty-nine companies and three trade associations active in the waste management and urban sanitation for collusive practices and anticompetitive agreements (FCC / CESPA / Urbaser / Valoriza..)

The National Markets and Competition Commission (NMCC) has imposed fines totalling EUR 98.2 million on 39 companies and three trade associations active in the waste management and urban sanitation in Spain (Decision of 8 January 2015, file S/0429/12). According to the Directorate of Competition (DC), participants in the

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Pedro Callol, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Manuel Canadas Bouwen, The Spanish Competition Authority fines thirty-nine companies and three trade associations active in the waste management and urban sanitation for collusive practices and anticompetitive agreements (FCC / CESPA / Urbaser / Valoriza..), 8 January 2015, e-Competitions January 2015, Art. N° 96002

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