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Two concrete product firms admit to illegal cartel Agg-Net

2018-12-13  Two concrete product firms admit to illegal cartel. Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 17:27. Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and CPM Group Ltd admit to breaking competition law. THE Competition Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally found that three concrete drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by co-ordinating prices for customers ...

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Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel - GOV.UK

2018-12-13  Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel. The CMA has provisionally found that 3 drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by co

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Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel ...

2018-12-14  Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel Two of the businesses – Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd – have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel, which started in 2006 and continued for almost 7 years.

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Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel - Building ...

2018-12-13  In a ‘statement of objections’ issued today, the CMA provisionally finds that the companies held regular secret meetings to set up and operate an illegal cartel. Its aim was to fix or coordinate prices and share out the market for certain pre-cast concrete drainage products

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UK: Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel ...

2018-12-13  Two drainage product manufacturers have admitted to breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel, with a third currently under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The competition watchdog said it has provisionally found that the three firms broke competition law by coordinating prices for customers and sharing the market.

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Cartel bust: Two firms admit seven-year scheme ...

2018-12-13  Cartel bust: Two firms admit seven-year scheme 13 Dec 2018 By Zak Garner-Purkis Two concrete firms have admitted to operating an illegal cartel

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Concrete products companies fined £36 million for illegal ...

2019-10-23  Concrete products companies fined £36 million for illegal cartel. Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 15:31. CMA fines FP McCann, Stanton Bona Concrete and CPM Group for breaking competition law. THREE firms have been issued with fines totalling more than £36 million for breaking competition law in supplying certain precast concrete drainage products.

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Suppliers to HS2 and Crossrail Admit to Running Illegal

2018-12-14  Two firms which supply the crisis hit HS2 and Crossrail projects have admitted they ran a cartel, so they could artificially inflate prices and corner the market for pre cast concrete products. Following an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority, Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete

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Construction firms admit involvement in illegal cartel

2018-12-13  Construction firms admit involvement in illegal cartel Published: 13 December 2018 - Fiona Garcia Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel and now face fines from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

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Press release: Two construction firms admit to illegal ...

2018-12-13  The CMA has provisionally found that 3 drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by co-ordinating prices for customers and sharing the market. Continue reading...

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Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel ...

2018-12-14  Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel Two of the businesses – Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd – have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel, which started in 2006 and continued for almost 7 years.

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UK: Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel ...

2018-12-13  Two drainage product manufacturers have admitted to breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel, with a third currently under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). The competition watchdog said it has provisionally found that the three firms broke competition law by coordinating prices for customers and sharing the market.

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Two Construction Firms Admit to Illegal Cartel - Roofing

2018-12-13  Three drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by coordinating prices for customers and sharing the market, according to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).. Two of the businesses – Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd – have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel

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Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel ...

2018-12-13  Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel December 13, ... the CMA provisionally finds that the companies held regular secret meetings to set up and operate an illegal cartel. Its aim was to fix or coordinate prices and share out the market for certain pre-cast concrete drainage products

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Supply of precast concrete drainage products: civil ...

2016-4-18  Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel Supply of precast concrete drainage products: criminal investigation Supply of groundworks products to the construction industry

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Suppliers to HS2 and Crossrail Admit to Running Illegal

2018-12-14  Two firms which supply the crisis hit HS2 and Crossrail projects have admitted they ran a cartel, so they could artificially inflate prices and corner the market for pre cast concrete products. Following an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority, Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete

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Construction firms admit involvement in illegal cartel

2018-12-13  Construction firms admit involvement in illegal cartel Published: 13 December 2018 - Fiona Garcia Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel and now face fines from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

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Construction firms admit to breaking competition law

2018-12-13  The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally found that 3 drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by coordinating prices for customers and sharing the market. Two of the businesses – Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd – have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel, which started in

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Press release: Two construction firms admit to illegal ...

2018-12-13  The CMA has provisionally found that 3 drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by co-ordinating prices for customers and sharing the market. Continue reading...

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Roofing firms admit to operating illegal cartel

2020-6-15  Roofing firms admit to operating illegal cartel. 15 Jun 20 Two of the UK’s largest suppliers of roofing lead have admitted to taking part in anti-competitive arrangements and could face fines of ...

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Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel ...

2018-12-14  Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel Two of the businesses – Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd – have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel, which started in 2006 and continued for almost 7 years.

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Construction firms admit involvement in illegal cartel

2018-12-13  Construction firms admit involvement in illegal cartel Published: 13 December 2018 - Fiona Garcia Derbyshire-based Stanton Bonna Concrete Ltd and Somerset-based CPM Group Ltd have admitted breaking competition law by taking part in a cartel and now face fines from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

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Firms admit price-fixing of concrete drainage products ...

2018-12-13  Two materials firms have admitted breaking competition laws by taking part in a cartel. The Competition and Markets Authority discovered that price fixing meetings went on for seven years from ...

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Supply of groundworks products to the construction ...

2017-3-2  Supply of precast concrete drainage products: civil investigation; Construction industry in England: bid-rigging; Design, construction and fit-out services; Two construction firms admit to illegal ...

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Press release: Two construction firms admit to illegal ...

2018-12-13  The CMA has provisionally found that 3 drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by co-ordinating prices for customers and sharing the market. Continue reading...

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Cartel Archives - Roofing Today

2018-8-16  Two Construction Firms Admit to Illegal Cartel 13 December 2018 Three drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by coordinating prices for customers and sharing the market, according to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

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Precast concrete cartel and the CMA Gowling WLG

2019-11-6  Precast concrete cartel and the UK competition authority: A hardened approach to enforcement. 10 minute read. 06 November 2019. Articles. On 23 October, the UK competition authority (the CMA) publicised its decision to fine three firms (and certain parent companies

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The UK Competition Authority provisionally finds that ...

2018-12-13  Two construction firms admit to illegal cartel* The CMA has provisionally found that 3 drainage product manufacturers broke competition law by co

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CMA issues fines of over £9m for roofing lead cartel -

2020-11-4  Both firms admitted their roles in the illegal cartel earlier this year and now face fines of £1.5m and £8m respectively. Previously, the CMA had provisionally found that a third company, Calder ...

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Supply of precast concrete drainage products: civil ...

2020-12-22  13 December 2018: On 13 December, the CMA issued a statement of objections alleging that 3 suppliers of pre-cast concrete drainage products breached competition law by taking part in a cartel agreement to fix or coordinate prices and share the market in relation to the provision of certain pre-cast concrete drainage products in Great Britain.

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