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EU probes maker of Toblerone and Milka for anticompetitive behavior

3 monthes ago   |   By Politico

Brussels has opened an antitrust probe against snack company Mondelēz for restricting trade across the EU.
The U.S. food giant, which produces the Milka and Toblerone chocolate brands, declared on Friday that it is under EU investigation in its statutory annual report. “In November 2019, the European Commission informed us that it has initiated an investigation,” the document reads.
The investigation covers potential anticompetitive agreements and possible abuse of dominant position.
“The Commission has concerns that Mondelēz may have restricted cross border sales of its products in the...
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