The New Zealand Competition Authority fines a pharmacy $344,000 and its director $50,000 for price fixing (Prices Pharmacy 2011 / Stuart Hebberd)

Nelson pharmacy fined $344,000 and director $50,000 for price-fixing* The Wellington High Court has ordered Prices Pharmacy 2011 Limited and a director of the company, Stuart Hebberd, to pay fines of $344,000 and $50,000 respectively, after they admitted engaging in price-fixing in breach of the Commerce Act. The Commission filed proceedings in April 2018 alleging that Prices Pharmacy 2011 Limited and its directors facilitated a price-fixing arrangement with competing Nelson pharmacies in May 2016, in breach of Part 2 of the

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New Zealand Competition Authority, The New Zealand Competition Authority fines a pharmacy $344,000 and its director $50,000 for price fixing (Prices Pharmacy 2011 / Stuart Hebberd), 8 June 2020, e-Competitions July 2020, Art. N° 95423

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