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Cape Town - The Competition Commission on Wednesday referred a collusion case to the Tribunal for prosecution against 17 banks, including three of South Africa's big banks.

The Commission has been investigating a case of price fixing and market allocation in the trading of foreign currency pairs involving the rand since April 2015.

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