ArcelorMittal SA could face $389m fine if found guilty of price fixing
Apr 04, 2012 | 05:07 AM
ArcelorMittal South Africa could face a fine of more than R3 billion ($387 million) if it is found to have been involved in price-fixing, the country’s competition regulator said on Monday April 2.
Evraz Highveld & Vanadium could face a fine of R550 million if it is found to have committed the same offence.
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