EU hits screen makers, including Panasonic and Toshiba, with record cartel fine

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  • 1

    ebisen

    Very good. Drive all these companies into the ground. Such price fixing can cause huge loss for competitors, loss of jobs for their employees and generally is bad for the economics. If Japan would be ruled by the same EU laws, a lot of dirty laundry would pop up in notime.

  • -1

    Guza!

    well its a dog eat dog business world out there so cant say i blame them :/

  • -1

    cramp

    taiwan the snitch!...lol!!!

  • 0

    KariHaruka

    Taiwan giant Chunghwa however was granted complete immunity and not fined as it disclosed the cartel to regulators.

    So the logic here is. You can take part in these sort of things however you'll get off scot free if you act like a snitch...

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