Building giant CRH settles anti-competitive claim in US for $100m
The Dublin-based firm had been accused of working with affiliates to monopolise the American market
CRH, the Irish building materials giant, has agreed to pay $100 million to settle allegations that it engaged in anti-competitive practices in the United States.
The Dublin-based firm and its subsidiary West Virginia Paving (WVP) have reached a settlement for the largest single amount in such a case in West Virginia after they were accused of working with affiliates to monopolise the market.
CRH plc was among 11 entities, several of which were subsidiaries of CRH,...
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