Israel fines state-owned company and executives for abuse of dominance
Israel’s competition enforcer has imposed a 13 million shekel (€3.3 million) fine on the Israel Electric Corporation and fined two of its executives for abuse of dominance in the electricity transmission and distribution market – marking the largest corporate and individual fines the enforcer has ever imposed.
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