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Eurotunnel defends Channel activities

Eurotunnel has sent an analysis of the competitive conditions on the Channel, seen from the company's point of view, to the British competitive authorities in protest against the current skepticism against the company's purchase of three ferries from bankrupt SeaFrance, according to a statement.

Eurotunnel is fighting back. On Friday, the company sent an analysis of the competitive conditions on the English Channel, seen from the company's point of view, which obviously defends the logic behind Eurotunnel's activities with My Ferry Link.

This happens after British authorities in February released a preliminary analysis that expressed skepticism toward Eurotunnel's purchase of three ferries from bankrupt SeaFrance, and the subsequent statement that the sole reason for the purchase was to prevent DFDS from getting its hands on the ferries.

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