Outstanding decisions

Outstanding decisions

  Wood pulp case 

On 12 October 2021, the European Commission conducted unannounced inspections in locations in several Member States at the premises of companies active in the wood pulp sector.

The Commission has concerns that the inspected companies may have violated EU antitrust rules that prohibit cartels and restrictive business practices.

Wood pulp is a dry fibrous material made from wood, which is used to manufacture different paper products (tissue, writing paper, paperboard, etc.).

A decision is still outstanding.

  Salmon case

In the beginning of 2019 unanounced inspections against four norwegian companies, that are based in the UK, started by the European Commission (COM).

It is suspected that these companies raised the prices of salmon and may have arranged argeements.

A decision is still outstanding.

Contact information:

ECDA coordinator: Dr. Anna Lesinska-Adamson
Phone +49(0)30 611 28 40-10

Postal address:
European Cartel Damage Alliance e.V. (ECDA)
Magazinstraße 15-16
10179 Berlin / Germany