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Three construction firms have been fined more than £36 million in total for breaking competition law in supplying certain concrete drainage products for building projects following an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

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The Competition and Market Authority (CMA) has secured the disqualification of two former directors of a drainage product manufacturer that breached competition law. The competition watchdog issued a statement of objections issued in December 2018 alleging that three suppliers of pre-cast concrete d

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Given a number of Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) accusations against key suppliers to the construction sector, Jamie Dunne from law firm Brodies has looked into the issue in more detail. The Competition and Markets Authority has recently accused six key suppliers to the construction sector

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The UK’s three principal suppliers of rolled lead have been found to have breached competition law. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally found the firms, which collectively accounts for about 90% of UK rolled lead supplies, entered into a cartel to share the market amo

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The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has launched an investigation into suspected anti-competitive arrangements in the supply of construction services in Britain. The competition watchdog said the investigation concerns suspected infringements of Chapter I of the Competition Act 1998 but ha

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Five office fit-out companies have agreed to pay fines totalling more than £7 million after admitting being involved in cartel behaviour. The firms – Fourfront, Loop, Coriolis, ThirdWay and Oakley – have each admitted to breaking competition law at least once during the period

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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 c

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A detailed study has launched by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to examine concerns that the audit sector is not working well for the economy or investors. As part of its review, the CMA will investigate whether the sector is competitive and resilient enough to maintain high quality sta

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