The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeal Tribunal grants a 10% fine reduction for its own delay in dealing with the appeal in construction bid rigging case

On 14 June 2004, the Dutch competition authority (the NMa) imposed fines on 12 roofing companies for infringing article 6 of the Dutch Competition Act, the equivalent of article 101 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, which prohibits anti competitive agreements. The NMa decided that the roofing companies concerned had committed an infringement by engaging in bid rigging, a hardcore infringement of article 6 of the Dutch Competition Act. The companies had exchanged information regarding their proposed tender offers in advance of each tender, and had agreed who would carry out the work.

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  • Simmons & Simmons (Amsterdam)

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Johan Polet, The Dutch Trade and Industry Appeal Tribunal grants a 10% fine reduction for its own delay in dealing with the appeal in construction bid rigging case, 8 avril 2010, e-Competitions April 2010, Art. N° 77289

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