- Pablo Figueroa
The Spanish Authority Hints at Prohibiting Cartel Members From Entering Public Contracts
Updated: Aug 8, 2019
On 14 March 2019, the CNMC imposed fines for a total of EUR 118 million on fifteen undertakings and fourteen individuals for illegally rigging bids in public tenders issued by ADIF related to railway infrastructure.
The CNMC continues targeting individuals. The fourteen individuals allegedly responsible have been imposed fines for a total of EUR 666,000.
The CNMC has referred to the National Consultancy Board for Administrative Contracting (“Junta Consultiva de Contratación Pública del Estado”) for the latter to decide whether to ban the alleged cartelists from entering into public contracts.
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