Topic: Predatory pricing

Austrian enforcer settles predatory pricing probe into Merck

Austria's Federal Competition Authority has accepted commitments from pharmaceutical company Merck Sharp & Dohme's local subsidiary to stop charging predatory prices for a brain tumour drug.

06 April 2021

EU enforcer emphasises sustainability considerations in predatory pricing probe

The European Commission has opened an abuse of dominance investigation into Greece's largest electricity supplier over suspicions it charged predatory prices, while making a point to flag how the possible infringement may have chilled investment in greener energy.

17 March 2021

First Indonesian predatory pricing fine survives court challenge

Indonesia’s Commercial Court has upheld a fine issued by the country’s competition watchdog against a local cement company for selling its product at a loss to the detriment of competition.

11 March 2021

France denies interim measures in EDF probe

France's Competition Authority has rejected an electricity supplier's request to impose interim measures on rival EDF, but the authority said it will continue to investigate the company for predatory pricing.

19 February 2021

Qualcomm loses information request battle at EU court

The European Court of Justice has confirmed that the EU’s antitrust enforcer has the power to seek wide-ranging information from companies under investigation, in a ruling dismissing Qualcomm’s challenge to an information request.

28 January 2021

Indonesia issues first predatory pricing fine

Indonesia's antitrust watchdog has punished a local cement company for selling its product at a loss to the detriment of competition in the South Kalimantan region.

18 January 2021

EU accuses Czech rail operator of predatory pricing

The European Commission has issued a statement of objections to state-owned Czech railway operator České dráhy for allegedly charging predatory prices.

30 October 2020

Malaysia highlights pervasive competition concerns in service sector

Malaysia’s competition watchdog has heard feedback that competition issues – collusion, price fixing, bundling, exclusive distribution and more – exist in the country’s service sector.

27 August 2020

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