Saturday November 28, 2020

Watchdog makes last-minute filing in hearing on Irish Cement dawn raid

In May 2015, the competition authority carried out a search and seizure operation at a subsidiary of CRH

7th May, 2017

The Supreme Court has been asked to consider a recent European decision before ruling on the lawfulness of a dawn raid executed by the state’s competition watchdog at the offices of Irish Cement Limited (ICL).

On May 14, 2015, the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) carried out a search and seizure operation at the subsidiary of building supplies giant Cement Roadstone Holdings (CRH) as part of an inquiry into alleged anti-competitive practices...

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