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CMA provisionally finds construction firm cartels rigged £150m of contracts

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Bid rigging conduct relates to 19 contracts worth over £150 million. 8 of the firms involved admit participation Met Police Training College, Selfridges and Oxford University among those affected. CMA is proposing to impose fines on the businesses concerned if it reaches a final decision confirming that they have broken the law.
CMA provisionally finds construction firm cartels rigged £150m of contracts
9 days ago·United Kingdom

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CMA provisionally finds construction firm cartels rigged £150m of contracts

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said eight of the firms involved in the cartels have admitted to taking part.

9 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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GOV.UK

CMA provisionally finds illegal cartels in construction industry

The CMA has provisionally found that 10 construction firms illegally colluded to rig bids for demolition and asbestos removal contracts.

9 days ago·United Kingdom
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