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Price Fixing in El Salvador
Date: 10/02/2007 (Date of Announcement)
Misconduct Type: Antitrust
Enforcement Agency: International
Contracting Party: None
Court Type: Administrative
Synopsis: The government of El Salvador accused Esso Standard Oil (owned by Exxon Mobil) and Royal Dutch Shell’s local subsidiary of price fixing and fined each company $852,000. The government accused the companies of colluding to set artificially high gas prices.
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