Court fines BAT Chile US$1.7 million for anti-competitive practices

| December 7, 2012

British American Tobacco Chile has been fined US$1.7 million for anti-competitive practices, according to a story by Emily Green for the Santiago Times.

In addition, Chile’s Supreme Court has imposed further restrictions on the company’s business practices.

BAT Chile currently accounts for 93 per cent of domestic tax-paid cigarette sales.

Category: Breaking News

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