Work Area: Cartels

Taiwan hits cancer drug companies with fines

Taiwan’s competition authority has fined a pair of pharmaceutical companies more than €8 million for entering into an anticompetitive agreement for the exclusive distribution of colorectal cancer drugs.

13 May 2021

UK interchange fee claimants seek early blow against Visa and Mastercard

A group of 479 retailers have urged the UK’s specialist competition tribunal to rule against Visa and Mastercard for infringing rules that prohibit anticompetitive agreements when charging their multilateral interchange fees.

12 May 2021

Pakistan uncovers poultry feed cartel

Pakistan’s antitrust enforcer has made a preliminary finding that 19 poultry feed companies colluded to raise prices in violation of the country’s competition law.

10 May 2021

National courts can expand air cargo damages claims, AG Bobek says

National courts can award victims of the air cargo cartel damages for collusion that affected certain routes before EU competition rules became effective in 2004, an EU advocate-general has said.

06 May 2021

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