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Heineken fined £2m for making pubs sell 'unreasonable' amounts of its beer

4 days ago   |   By The Guardian

Regulator says Heineken's pubs and bars business, Star, broke anti-competition rules Heineken has been fined £2m for forcing publicans to sell “unreasonable” amounts of its own beers and ciders. The pubs code adjudicator , an official who oversees the relationship between pub-owning companies and their tenants, said Heineken had “seriously and repeatedly” breached laws that protect publicans from anti-competitive behaviour.
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