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Hong Kong: IT firms taken to tribunal by competition regulator

The city’s antitrust regulator, the Competition Commission, has taken five information technology companies to the tribunal for alleged bid rigging involving a tender issued...

US: NY contractor exec pleads guilty to bid rigging

KEvin Schuler, a former executive with Buffalo, New York general contractor LPCiminelli, pleaded guilty to fraud and conspiracy for his part in an alleged...

US: Japan’s Maruyasu agrees to plead guilty to bid rigging

Japan’s Maruyasu Industries has agreed to plead guilty to a single charge of bid rigging, while other charges filed against it by the US...

US: Former La Joya housing director sentenced to 37 months for...

A judge on Wednesday, April 19, sentenced former La Joya school board Trustee Juan Jose "J.J." Garza to 37 months in federal prison for...

Japan: 4 companies indicted in maglev bid-rigging scandal

Tokyo prosecutors have indicted 4 leading construction companies—Taisei, Kajima, Obayashi and Shimizu—for alleged bid-rigging on a magnetic levitation (maglev) train project. The prosecutors on Friday,...

Japan: Bullet train contractors arrested over bid-rigging

Tokyo prosecutors arrested executives from two of four major Japanese contractors suspected of involvement in bid rigging for construction work on the Tokyo-Osaka maglev...

US: Three men indicted in online real estate bid rigging investigation

A federal grand jury in West Palm Beach returned an indictment yesterday against three high-volume Florida real estate investors for conspiring to rig bids...

US: California real estate investor pleads guilty to bid rigging

As a January 2018 trial date looms for five real estate investors who were indicted in 2014 for conspiring to rig bids at public...

South Korea: KFTC fines shippers for collusion

South Korea's antitrust watchdog said Monday that it has imposed a combined ₩43 billion (US$37.8 million) in fines on nine global auto shipping companies...

Hong Kong: Decorators accused of bid rigging

Ten decoration and engineering companies in Hong Kong have been accused of breaching competition law by working together to fix prices and share the...

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