The Greek Competition Authority accepts commitments proposed by nine fuel trading companies to address competition concerns in the retail fuel market (EKO)

HCC has accepted commitments proposed by 9 fuel trading companies to address competition concerns in the retail fuel market* By a unanimous decision, the Hellenic Competition Commission (HCC) accepted commitments proposed by 9 wholesale fuel companies, namely “HELLENIC FUELS S.A” (former BP Hellas), “EKO S.A.”, “AVIN OIL S.A.” “CORAL S.A.” (former Shell Hellas), “CYCLON HELLAS S.A.”, “ELINOIL

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Hellenic Competition Authority, The Greek Competition Authority accepts commitments proposed by nine fuel trading companies to address competition concerns in the retail fuel market (EKO), 28 July 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin Commitment Decisions, Art. N° 75577

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