The Norwegian Competition Authority considers imposing fines on four publishers and a book database company for illegally sharing competitive sensitive information (Cappelen Damm / Forlagshuset Vigmostad & Bjørke / Gyldendal / Aschehoug / Bokbasen)

Considers imposing fines on five companies in the book market totalling NOK 502 million* The Norwegian Competition Authority warns in a statement of objections that it considers imposing fines of NOK 502 million in total on the four publishers Cappelen Damm, Forlagshuset Vigmostad & Bjørke, Gyldendal and Aschehoug, and the book database company Bokbasen. The Competition Authority’s preliminary assessment is that these businesses have cooperated illegally by sharing competitive sensitive

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Norwegian Competition Authority (Bergen), The Norwegian Competition Authority considers imposing fines on four publishers and a book database company for illegally sharing competitive sensitive information (Cappelen Damm / Forlagshuset Vigmostad & Bjørke / Gyldendal / Aschehoug / Bokbasen), 24 September 2020, e-Competitions Exchange of information in associations of undertakings, Art. N° 97059

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