June 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;6/25/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 72, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports that companies, which are found to have taken part in a corporate trust should expect bigger fines and harsher punishments in the future, as cited by the European Commission (EU) in Europe. Jonathan Todd, the EU competition spokesman, has confirmed that fines based on the Commission's new guidelines were set to rise. He added that it has been important that fines are sufficiently high to dissuade companies from taking part in anti-competitive behavior.


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