Auto parts maker Faurecia has confessed to rigging bids with Eberspächer to supply Mercedes-Benz with exhaust systems, as part of a settlement with South Africa’s competition enforcer.
The Competition Tribunal of South Africa has ordered the country’s antitrust enforcer to “cure the defects” in an abuse of dominance complaint against Computicket and its parent company Shoprite Checkers.
A British Airways franchise has vowed to “aggressively pursue” €47 million in damages it is owed by South African Airways under an abuse of dominance settlement, despite the latter’s entry into restructuring proceedings.
Much has been written about controversial new changes to South Africa’s competition law, but in 2019 the country will see how those unprecedented amendments begin to affect enforcement.
Kenya’s leniency regime is ineffective because companies distrust government bodies and are reluctant to “snitch”, the head of its antitrust authority has said.
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