Competition authorities swoop in on suspected meat cartel

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Johannesburg – Seven meat suppliers have been raided by the Competition Commission due to alleged price fixing.

According to a statement issued by the commission 13 operations belonging to the suppliers in Gauteng, Free State and Northern Cape were raided on Wednesday morning.

The suppliers have allegedly been engaging in price-fixing and anti-competitive trading conditions, according to the commission.

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