The Competition Commission of Singapore issues proposed infringement decision against 13 motor vehicle traders for contravening Section 34 of the Competition Act through bid-rigging (Pang’s Motor Trading)

On 6 September 2012, the Competition Commission of Singapore ("CCS") issued a Proposed Infringement Decision ("PID") against 13 motor vehicle traders for an alleged infringement of Section 34 of the Competition Act (Cap. 50B), which prohibits agreements or arrangements which prevent, restrict or distort competition in Singapore. The alleged infringing conduct involves bid-rigging by themotor vehicle traders (namely, Pang's Motor Trading, Auto & Carriage Engineering, Gold Sun Motor Vehicle Charter & Rental, Hup Lee Second Hand Auto Parts, Kang San

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Kimyi Chan, The Competition Commission of Singapore issues proposed infringement decision against 13 motor vehicle traders for contravening Section 34 of the Competition Act through bid-rigging (Pang’s Motor Trading), 6 September 2012, e-Competitions September 2012, Art. N° 49696

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