The Greek Competition Commission fines five undertakings for participating in a cartel in the ready-mixed concrete market in Crete

Facts of the Case The Greek Competition Commission (“Epitropi Antagonismou”; hereinafter: the Commission) investigated the behaviour of undertakings active in the production and supply of ready-mixed concrete on the island of Crete, Greece. The procedure was initiated by the Commission ex officio following a private complaint in form of a letter addressed by an individual to the Greek authorities indicating the relatively high prices charged for ready-mixed concrete in the prefecture of Heraklion as opposed to further prefectures on the same island. The Commission initiated the investigation and conducted raids in February 2009 at the premises of the undertakings under investigation for the purpose of relevant data and potential evidence collection. The Commission subsequently opened

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Stefanos Merikas, Athanassios Skourtis, The Greek Competition Commission fines five undertakings for participating in a cartel in the ready-mixed concrete market in Crete, 21 September 2012, e-Competitions September 2012, Art. N° 51802

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