The Italian Competition Authority finds collusive tendering practices in the market for rail equipment (Forniture Trenitalia)

In the Forniture Trenitalia case the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) has closed an Article 101 TFEU investigation into a collusive tendering practice with an infringement decision [1]. It found 13 firms guilty of bid-rigging and imposed on them a total fine of € 1,987,307.16 for regulating prices and tendering the Italian market for rail equipment. The facts of the case The ICA decided to start proceedings in Forniture Trenitalia in February 2014 when newspapers reported that evidence collected in a criminal investigation conducted by the prosecutors at the District Court of Florence pointed to collusive practices put in place by several suppliers of Trenitalia, the

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Michele Giannino, The Italian Competition Authority finds collusive tendering practices in the market for rail equipment (Forniture Trenitalia), 27 May 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin Transport (rail), Art. N° 74078

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