Lafarge Cement probed over monopoly practices, Romania

Lafarge Cement probed over monopoly practices, Romania
22 May 2009

Inspectors of Competition Council have examined the headquarter of Lafarge Cement Romania, and the two facilities in Hoghiz and Medgidia, following the inquiry launched by Competition Council over a possible violation of the Competition Law by the cement producer.
The investigation came as a response to the complaints submitted to the competition regulator against Lafarge Cement over alleged monopoly practices in CEM I 52,5R cement market segment in Romania.
The documents and declarations are due to be examined further by the Competition Council in the specific inquiry proceedings.
As the competition watchdog announced, the sudden examination is the most efficient instrument to collect evidences on an alleged violation in competition law.
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