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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.
Digital platform pays a fine of DKK 1.275.000 for violating the Danish Competition Act
Ageras A/S has entered into a settlement and accepted to pay a fine of DKK 1.275.000 for infringing the Danish Competition Act by using a price standardization mechanism and setting minimum prices on the platform ageras.dk. On the digital platform, customers can get three offers on for instance accountant or bookkeeping services.