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Maxol accused of attempting to fix petrol prices

Maxol has been accused of trying to persuade a Sligo distributor to fix petrol prices with its competitors.

23rd August, 2008

Maxol has been accused of trying to persuade a Sligo distributor to fix petrol prices with its competitors.

John McCormack of McCormack Fuels told the High Court that, when he complained to Maxol about its refusal to review his commission on petrol sales, he was asked: ‘‘Do you boys not talk at all down there?”

McCormack said that Maxol encouraged him to engage in price fixing on four occasions: on a trip...

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