NETHERLANDS: Prawn fishermen fined for price-rigging
Sixteen prawn companies have been fined for rigging the North Sea prawn catch and fixing prices. The Dutch competition authority NMa has fined the companies €13.8m (US$14.6m). The companies include eight Dutch prawn wholesalers, all of whom are members of the VBGA Dutch prawn processors' association. They also include four Dutch producers, three German and one Danish.
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