UK regulator demands domestic shake up

UK regulator demands domestic shake up
Published: 17 January 2014


The structure and conduct of the UK cement sector restricts competition, costing consumers around GBP50m annually, and therefore requires decisive market intervention, according to the conclusions of the two-year investigation by the UK’s Competition Commission published this week. The investigation did not, however, identify any problems with the markets for aggregates or RMC.























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