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Unidentified shipping firms agreed to refrain from undercutting each other’s prices and not compete for certain customers on certain routes | Supply & Demand Chain Executive

Unidentified shipping firms agreed to refrain from undercutting each other’s prices and not compete for certain customers on certain routes | Supply & Demand Chain Executive

A major Japanese shipping company agreed Friday to pay the United States a $67.7 million criminal fine for conspiring to fix prices for international ocean shipments of cars, trucks and other wheeled vehicles at the Port of Baltimore and other locations, the Justice Department said. Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd., also known as “K” Line conspired […]

Pricing News Daily > 7/21/14

Pricing News Daily > 7/21/14

Pricing News Daily is a digest of top pricing strategy in the news, strategy expert and technology leader’s thought leadership, industry news and events, and resources for pricing professionals. This Edition is Sponsored by: Asia Pricing Professionals Asia Pricing Professionals (APP) is a not-for-profit community of pricing management practitioners. Our key objective is to raise the […]

German sausage makers hit by €338m fine | CNBC

German sausage makers hit by €338m fine | CNBC

What’s the wurst that could happen? German sausage makers who colluded to fix prices of what is probably the country’s best-known cuisine now have the answer: a €338m ($460 million) fine. According to the Federal Cartel Authority, some of Germany’s most successful sausage producers have been colluding for decades to fix prices of sausages and […]

Landmark R534m fine pops Sasol’s bubble | BDlive

Landmark R534m fine pops Sasol’s bubble | BDlive

IN A ground-breaking decision this week, the Competition Tribunal set out a possible blueprint for a regulatory assault on excessive pricing by powerful companies. The tribunal hit Sasol with a R534m fine for charging local customers above the bar for propylene and polypropylene, the key ingredients in making plastic products. But much more significant is […]