The Supreme economic court of Ukraine on November 21 is fully satisfied the cassation appeal of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine on the case of the operator AMIK Ukraine. This was reported by the press service of the AMC.
“The decision of the Economic court of Kyiv dated 4 April 2017, which claims FDI AMIK Ukraine to the Committee was denied, upheld and entered into force, and the fine imposed on FDI AMIK Ukraine (12 529 975 UAH.) payable, and in case of non-payment will be forcibly charged in conjunction with penalties for late payment,” – noted in AMKU message.
Recall, October 28, 2016 AMC prosecuted for anticompetitive concerted actions of the company-operators of the largest Ukrainian networks of filling stations: OOO Zolotoy Ekvator, OOO fog Retail (both brand WOG), PP OKKO Nefteprodukt (brand OKKO), JSC Alliance holding (Shell brand), FDI AMIK Ukraine (Lukoil brand/AMIC), LLC SOCAR PETROLEUM (SOCAR brand) and LLC Parallel-M LTD (brand Parallel).
AMC has established that during the 2013 – Jan 2016 the networks used are similar (for identity) retail prices for gasoline A-95 and diesel fuel and supported (synchronous change) them on the Bulletin Board of stationary filling stations in the absence of any objective reasons for such actions.
In particular, anticompetitive concerted actions on the company-the defendants were imposed significant fines.