PARIS— Penalizing a dirty business involving cleaning products, French regulators fined 13 consumer-products makers about 950 million euros for price fixing on goods like shampoos, detergents and toothpaste. France's competition authority said Thursday that the companies sought to maintain "artificially high" prices in negotiations with supermarkets...» Read More
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