Rail market was rigged


GERMANY: The Bundeskartellamt competition authority has imposed fines totalling €232m on companies which operated anti-competitive agreements in the German rail, switches and sleeper market in 2001-11. The proceedings were triggered by an application for leniency filed by Voestalpine.

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