Italy probes petrol stations over price-fixing
Italy’s Competition Authority has raided 11 petrol stations after they allegedly agreed to fix the price of fuel in a northern municipality for 10 years, although the agency clarified that the investigation is separate to recent requests for information sent to the country’s main oil companies.
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