A Danish Court inflicts a criminal sanction to a company director and fines mobile phone dealers for fixing prices and transport costs following transmission of the case from the NCA (Telemobilia / Aircom Erhverv / Jokerprice)

On 27 November 2007 the Danish District Court of Roskilde found that the mobile phone distributor Telemobilia ApS (“Telemobilia”), and its director had fixed prices with two other mobile phone distributors (Aircom Erhverv and Jokerprice). The court imposed a fine of DKK 125,000 (EUR 17,000) on Telemobilia. The court also imposed a fine of DKK 10,000 (EUR 1,300) on Telemobilia's director. Background The Danish Competition Authority (“DCA”) became aware of the case at the beginning of 2006, and carried out surprise inspections (so-called “dawn raids”) on several mobile

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Jacob Borum, A Danish Court inflicts a criminal sanction to a company director and fines mobile phone dealers for fixing prices and transport costs following transmission of the case from the NCA (Telemobilia / Aircom Erhverv / Jokerprice), 27 November 2007, e-Competitions November 2007, Art. N° 15031

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