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The EU Commission fines a Dutch speciality chemicals company €10 million for abusing its dominant position in the organic peroxides market (Akzo Chemie)

Commission imposes record antitrust fine on dutch multinational* The Commission today announced its decision to impose a fine of 10 million ECU on AKZO CHEMIE, the speciality chemicals arm of the Dutch multinational chemical and fibres group AKZO, for abusing its dominant position in the organic peroxides market by attempting to drive a smaller competitor from the market. Following a complaint by a small British

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European Commission, The EU Commission fines a Dutch speciality chemicals company €10 million for abusing its dominant position in the organic peroxides market (Akzo Chemie), 14 December 1985, e-Competitions March 1986, Art. N° 104610

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