A Swedish court fines eight car dealers for participating in a cartel (Renault and Volvo dealers)

On 10 December 2002 the Swedish Competition Authority (the “SCA”) carried out dawn raids at the premises of eight car dealers following complaints presented to the SCA. Subsequent to the dawn raids and an investigation, the SCA initiated proceedings before the Stockholm District Court claiming that the car dealers had infringed section 6 of the [former] Swedish Competition Act and article 81 EC [1] by agreeing on prices for new and used Volvo and Renault cars and dividing the market for new Volvo and Renault cars. The SCA based its claims on minutes from meetings, other

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Carl Wetter, Carl Johan Sundqvist, A Swedish court fines eight car dealers for participating in a cartel (Renault and Volvo dealers), 10 September 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin September 2008, Art. N° 27207

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