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Supreme Court rules on bid to halt major price-fixing case

The Commerce Commission has made price-fixing allegations relating to transactions involving Coca Cola, Goodman Fielder, Inghams and Mainland.

Businessdesk and NBR Staff
Wed, 28 Nov 2012

International cardboard box-maker Visy Board has been stopped from challenging a Court of Appeal ruling upholding the Commerce Commission's right to pursue the Australian company and a former executive over an alleged multi-million dollar cartel.

This means the commission's long-running case

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Businessdesk and NBR Staff
Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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