By its recent judgment in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Scanners (MRI Scanners)  the Italian Council of State uphold on appeal the judgement previously handed down by the Regional Administrative Court of Latium (TAR Latium) . The TAR Latium set aside a decision made by the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) that had found a bid rigging practice in the medical sector imposing an overall fine of approximately € 5 million . Both the TAR Latium and the Council of State took the position that the evidence and facts gathered by the ICA did not prove to the requisite standard the objected anticompetitive practice. The facts of the case In June 2009 the contracting authority, SORESA, called for a competitive tender procedure for the purchase, in a single allotment contract, of 7 MRI
The Italian Government confirms that the Italian Competition Authority wrongly established a bid-rigging practice in the medical sector (Alliance / Siemens / Philips / Toshiba / AGCM)
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