The Irish Public Prosecutor brings criminal charges against a businessman alleged to have taken part in a price fixing agreement (IFDA-Ford)

Facts On 19 April 2006, the Director of Public Prosecutions for Ireland brought criminal charges against a businessman alleged to have aided members of the IFDA (Irish Ford Dealers Association) in fixing the prices of Ford vehicles on the Irish market. Few details have emerged concerning the exact nature of the allegations. What is known however is that the charges are the outcome of an investigation by the Irish Competition Authority which began almost two and a half years ago and led to dawn raids being conducted at several car

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Catriona Hatton, Aymeric Dumas-Eymard, The Irish Public Prosecutor brings criminal charges against a businessman alleged to have taken part in a price fixing agreement (IFDA-Ford), 19 April 2006, e-Competitions Bulletin Automobile, Art. N° 13805

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