EU Raid Targets Glass Companies; Cartel Suspected

Date: 7 July 2009
Source: The Wall Street Journal
BRUSSELS -- The European Commission Friday said it had raided the premises of several specialist glass sector companies on suspicion they may have operated a cartel.

The companies involved in the investigation produce special glass "used for optical and electronics applications, both commercial and industrial," the commission said. The commission wouldn't name the companies involved in the probe but said the companies had been visited by commission officials March 4.BRUSSELS -- The European Commission Friday said it had raided the premises of several specialist glass sector companies on suspicion they may have operated a cartel.
 
The companies involved in the investigation produce special glass "used for optical and electronics applications, both commercial and industrial," the commission said.
 
The commission wouldn't name the companies involved in the probe but said the companies had been visited by commission officials March 4.

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Date: 7 July 2009
Source: The Wall Street Journal

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