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Competition case on market sharing ends with immunity to leniency applicant
The charge against an Electrician Company has been withdrawn in a case where the undertaking had agreed to divide the market with a competitor. The undertaking was the first to apply for leniency and has since then collaborated with the authorities on the investigation of the case.
High Court upholds fine for Electrician Company in competition case on market sharing
The Danish Eastern High Court has upheld a December 2020 decision by the City Court of Roskilde and has sentenced the company Sydkystens Automatik to pay a fine of DKK 400.000 (€ 53.800) in a competition case on market sharing.
Denmark: Clothing retailer pays a fine of DKK 3,700,000 (€ 497,560) for exchanging information about prices with a competitor
The company behind the Danish clothing retailer “Kaufmann”, Axel Kaufmann ApS, has agreed to pay a fine of DKK 3.700.000 (€ 497,560) for having shared information about prices and offer campaigns with a competing clothing retailer.