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Cartel informants to be rewarded

PEOPLE who inform the Antitrust Office of the Slovak Republic on cartel agreements may get a reward. This stems from a draft amendment to the law on protection of economic competition, which the cabinet approved on February 26, the TASR newswire reported.

PEOPLE who inform the Antitrust Office of the Slovak Republic on cartel agreements may get a reward. This stems from a draft amendment to the law on protection of economic competition, which the cabinet approved on February 26, the TASR newswire reported.

“Only one, the first informant, can get this reward,” the Antitrust Office explained as cited by TASR.

The office proposes the reward at 1 percent of the levied fine for a cartel agreement, while the highest sum an informant could get should be €100,000.

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