The Italian Competition Authority starts an investigation into an alleged price-fixing practice on the Sardinia-Continental Italy maritime routes (Corsica Sardina Ferries)

The Italian Competition Authority (ICA) has recently opened an Article 101 TFEU investigation into alleged price-fixing practice that a number of ferry operators would be carrying out on the market for Italy and Sardinia maritime links [1]. The facts of the case Consumer associations and public bodies, namely the regional governments of Sardinia and Liguria as well as the Minister for Transport, filed several complaints with the ICA. The complainants alleged an increase in the fares applied by several ferry operators on a number of maritime links between Sardinia and Continental Italy, and in particular those connecting the ports of Civitavecchia, Livorno

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Michele Giannino, The Italian Competition Authority starts an investigation into an alleged price-fixing practice on the Sardinia-Continental Italy maritime routes (Corsica Sardina Ferries), 11 May 2011, e-Competitions May 2011, Art. N° 36465

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