Canada Fines Solvay $2.5M For Peroxide Price-Fixing
The bureau had accused Solvay of conspiring with its competitors to fix prices between July 1998 and December 1999. During that period, it netted $15 million in hydrogen peroxide sales, according to the bureau.
“Price-fixing is a crime that deprives consumers and businesses of lower prices and product choice,” said Competition Commissioner Melanie Aitken. “Eliminating illegal cartels...
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