Disagreement complicates EU case against 14 carriers

The EU Commission's case against 14 container carriers will be completely settled by no earlier than 2016, says lawyer Matthew Levitt, partner at Hogan Lovells. ShippingWatch's sources inform that the parties still disagree on several points.
Photo: Hapag-Lloyd
Photo: Hapag-Lloyd

The container industry will likely have to wait until the spring of 2016 for final clarification about the protracted investigation, underway for several years now, into 14 container carriers' alleged, illegal cooperation on prices.

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