25 September 2017
The European Court of Justice has quashed the European Commission's re-adopted concrete rebar cartel after finding the enforcer failed to respect the alleged cartelists' defence rights - fifteen years after it first issued fines.
25 September 2017
The Full Federal Court of Australia has backed the dismissal of the Australian enforcer's pursuit of an alleged egg production cartel, after finding it failed to prove a reciprocity of obligations between the defendants.
22 September 2017
The Bombay High Court has quashed the Competition Commission of India's order to investigate three telecoms operators it suspected of cartel behaviour, saying the decision to pursue a matter of telecoms regulation was illegal.
20 September 2017
Malta's competition authority is requiring four insurance companies to alter their behaviour following suspicions of anticompetitive conduct, marking the first time the enforcer has issued interim measures since Malta revised its competition act in 2011.
18 September 2017
Spain's National Court has overturned a decision by the country's antitrust enforcer to fine Repsol €22.6 million for a subsidiary's alleged activities, the third annulment of a competition authority decision in less than three months.
15 September 2017
The EU's top court has rejected cathode ray tube makers LG Electronics' and Philips Electronics' attempts to reduce fines they were ordered to pay for their role in the CRT cartel.
13 September 2017
South Africa's antitrust agency has referred its investigation of Norwegian shipping liner Hoegh to the country's Competition Tribunal, alleging the company took part in the global roll-on roll-off shipping cartel.
11 September 2017
Israel's Ministry of Economy and Industry is expected to propose antitrust legislation that will redefine monopolies and lift the 24 million shekels (€5.6 million) cap on penalties, according to local media reports and lawyers speaking to GCR.
06 September 2017
Brazil's competition watchdog has published updates to its leniency and settlement guidelines, which include giving its investigative branch more scope in interviews and clarifying the rules for its leniency plus programme.
04 September 2017
Norway's competition authority has fined six electrical companies 18 million kroner (€1.9 million) for openly agreeing to submit identical bids for a tender agreement for schools in Oslo, months after the country's top court confirmed that joint bidding is a by-object restriction.