Competition authorities to have another go at Mittal

By Incorrect Author 20 October 2009

Looks like steel maker ArcelorMittal will be appearing before the Competition Commission again, only months after it settled the long-running complaints by gold companies about predatory pricing. The latest complaint comes from canners (as in the people who put fruit in a tin) by way of the department of trade and industry and relates to a 70% increase in tin plate prices in the first quarter of this year. Read more: Fin24.com

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