The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore fines hotels for exchanging commercially sensitive information (Capri / Village Hotels / Crowne Plaza)

Finding of Single Economic Entity in the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore's infringement decision against 4 competing hotels for the exchange of commercially sensitive corporate customer information between competing hotels in Singapore. On 30 January 2019, the CCCS issued its Infringement Decision against the owners and operators of the following hotels, Capri by Fraser Changi City Singapore, Village Hotel Changi and Village Hotel Katong, and Crowne Plaza Changi Airport Hotel, for infringing section 34 of the Competition Act (Cap. 50B). The infringing conduct concerns the exchange of commercially sensitive information in connection with the provision of hotel room accommodation in Singapore to corporate customers. In applying the Single Economic Entity doctrine, one

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  • OC Queen Street (Singapore)
  • OC Queen Street (Singapore)

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Harikumar Pillay, Lip Hang Poh, The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore fines hotels for exchanging commercially sensitive information (Capri / Village Hotels / Crowne Plaza), 30 January 2019, e-Competitions January 2019, Art. N° 91140

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