Höegh Autoliners settles in US cartel case

Norwegian RoRo carrier Höegh Autoliners has settled with US authorities in a case concerning cartel formation from 2002 to 2012. The carrier has agreed to pay a fine.

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Norwegian carrier Höegh Autoliners has settled the cartel case that has plagued the company for years.

Since 2012, US authorities have investigated Höegh Autoliners and several other carriers which transport automobiles. The case concerns cartel formation and instances of price-fixing.

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