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Lexology PRO | Japan | 31 Jan 2023

Tokyo Olympics cartel probe reportedly secures another confession

Japanese advertising company Dentsu Group has reportedly admitted to colluding to rig dozens of bids to advertise and plan test events for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, less than two months after rival Hakuhodo purportedly confessed its role in the infringement.
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Lexology PRO | Brazil | 24 Jan 2023

CADE investigates business intelligence cartel

Brazil’s antitrust enforcer has launched a wide-reaching investigation into 18 companies and 25 individuals over suspicions they rigged tenders for business intelligence products and services.
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Shiozaki Legal | Japan | 22 Dec 2022

Companies raided amid ongoing bid rigging investigation into Tokyo Olympic Games

🕑 4 minutes Japan has recently been shocked by reports that a criminal investigation has begun with respect to alleged bid rigging concerning the selection of which private company should plan and prepare for the trial events in preparation for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This article discusses the facts of this case as have been reported publicly.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 20 Dec 2022

Ofcom issues rare antitrust fine for emergency services tender collusion

The UK’s communications regulator has fined Sepura £1.5 million for colluding with rival Motorola to rig a tender for telecommunications equipment used by the country’s emergency services, in what is the authority's third antitrust infringement decision.
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Lexology PRO | Japan | 16 Dec 2022

Report: JFTC secures confession as Tokyo Olympics bid-rigging probe intensifies

One of Japan’s top advertising companies has reportedly admitted to its role in rigging bids to plan test events for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, while another has filed for leniency.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 1 Dec 2022

Broadcasters again fail to score in French football league saga

France’s Competition Authority has rejected complaints from Canal Plus and beIN Sports accusing the country’s professional football league of abusing its dominance over broadcasting rights, 17 months after dismissing similar allegations.
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Lexology PRO | Belgium | 30 Nov 2022

Belgium targets DPG Media in rare bid-rigging case

The Belgian Competition Authority has raided DPG Media and a press distributor over suspicions that they colluded to rig a government tender for the nationwide delivery of newspapers and magazines.
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Lexology PRO | Austria | 25 Nov 2022

Austria urges top court to intervene in construction cartel case

Austria’s antitrust watchdog has asked the country’s highest court to rebuke a lower court for refusing to review and amend a leniency applicant’s cartel fine, arguing that the purported legal loophole does not exist.
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Lexology PRO | Austria | 28 Oct 2022

Austria seeks significant fines and expands largest-ever cartel probe

Austria’s Federal Competition Authority has asked the country’s specialist competition court to fine two construction companies for taking part in a wide-ranging cartel, while also accusing two more businesses of participating in the conspiracy.
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Lexology PRO | Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, etc. | 18 Oct 2022

Competition and antitrust tracker: updates from regulators (10 – 18 Oct)

The latest regulatory updates published by competition and antitrust authorities from around the world.
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