SOFIA, Oct 10 (Reuters) – Bulgaria’s anti-monopoly
commission said on Monday six oil companies operating on the
retail fuel market in the Balkan country had been involved in
cartel agreements on fuel prices.
The competition said Lukoil Bulgaria, part of LUKOIL
, Shell Bulgaria, part of Royal Dutch Shell,
OMV, Eco Bulgaria, unit of Hellenic Petroleum
, Petrol and Nis Petrol, which is controlled
by Russia’s Gazprom Neft had collaborated in breach of
law to fix retail prices of diesel and gasoline.
The companies will have 30 days to comment on the
commission’s findings, which launched its probe into the fuel
retailers earlier this year.
(Reporting by Angel Krasimirov, editing by Tsvetelia Tsolova)
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