Commission Vice President in charge of competition policy, JoaquE[degrees]n Almunia, said: The cartelised
car parts were sold to Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Renault including for cars produced in Europe.
In the late 1950s, tariffs were still at mid-1930s levels and about 60 per cent of manufacturing output was cartelised
What matters is the number of banks and the competition they engender, which has been curbed sharply by the new cartelised
This morning and tomorrow morning the whole panoply is renewed: the shares, the intervention, the bond-buying, the quantitative easing, the toxic assets insurance, the credit guarantees, the inter-bank lending support, the liquid assets swaps, the special liquidity schemes, the discount window facility legacy, the recapitalisation windows -the complex support of easy-to-makemoney, concentrated, cartelised
In order to limit the adverse effects of the inefficient trading system and the abuse of market powers by cartelised
multinationals, and possibly mitigate the risks of recurrent balance of payments crises, oil-producing countries established their own cartel--the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Counties (OPEC) in 1960, when the powerful British Petroleum drew on its market power to unilaterally cut oil prices.
This was being done to prevent collusion or cartelised
bidding, auction officials explain.
Free market sales by anyone instead of cartelised
dealers of insecticides and fertilisers should be allowed.
American markets are open and competitive while Japanese markets are closed and cartelised
These patterns of behaviour were clearly protected by the cartelised
structure of British industry, and a more competitive environment may have significantly reduced the power of unions, as it did in the US.