The Spanish Competition Authority fines 21 car manufacturers and distributers and two consulting firms for exchanging commercially sensitive and strategic information (Fabricantes de automóviles)

The CNMC (Spain’s National Authority for Markets and Competition) Council issues a 171 million euros fine against 21 automobile manufacturing and distributing companies and two consulting companies for exchanging commercially sensitive and strategic information. File resolution S/0482/13 Fabricantes de automóviles July 23, 2015 I. The Parties 21 manufacturers and distributors of car brands [1] in Spain with a combined market share of 91% of the Spanish market for distribution and after sales services of vehicles. Snap-On Business Solutions and Urban Science Spain. Snap-On provides training services, consultancy and advice to increase sales, improve productivity and efficiency. Urban Science Spain, provides consulting services to manufacturers and importers in the automotive sector

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Jorge Marcos Ramos, Alejandro Polo Navarro, The Spanish Competition Authority fines 21 car manufacturers and distributers and two consulting firms for exchanging commercially sensitive and strategic information (Fabricantes de automóviles), 23 July 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2015, Art. N° 79727

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