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The Irish Competition Authority publishes analysis of fuel price movements in the retail motor fuel sector which reveals that the market is competitive

The CCPC conducted an analysis of the retail motor fuel sector with particular focus on the 19-day period between 2 and 20 March 2022Rising international prices drove increases in prices at the pump in the period leading up to the excise cut rather than a lack of competitionCCPC found no indications of co-ordinated pricing behaviour in the dataInternational evidence indicates that excise cuts take time to work through a market and are often not seen immediatelyCareful communication of the expectations and market

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Irish Competition Authority, The Irish Competition Authority publishes analysis of fuel price movements in the retail motor fuel sector which reveals that the market is competitive, 22 November 2022, e-Competitions November 2022 - II, Art. N° 109695

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