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Vivartia may have broken Greek competition rules October 19, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Business & Economy.
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Greece’s biggest food group Vivartia may have broken competition rules, the country’s competition watchdog said yesterday, adding it would examine whether the company should face a fine.

Government investigators accused Vivartia of possibly violating laws by setting frozen vegetable retail prices and abusing its dominant position in the market, and suggested it should face a fine, the watchdog committee said in a statement. The committee said the investigators’ accusations were not binding and it would start examining the case early next year.

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