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Competition watchdog concluding probe into car insurance industry cartel claims

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has been investigating claims of anti-competitive practice in the industry for over two years amid widespread concern about the rising cost of motor insurance premiums

10th February, 2019
Competition and Consumer Protection Commission chair Isolde Goggin

The competition watchdog is in the final stages of a major investigation into allegations of cartel-like activity in the motor insurance industry having interviewed dozens of witnesses, The Sunday Business Post can reveal.

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CPPC) has been investigating claims of anti-competitive practice in the industry for over two years amid widespread concern about the rising cost of motor insurance premiums.

The CPPC’s chair, Isolde Goggin, said it had taken dozens...

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