SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore on Friday fined five electronics parts makers a total of S$19.5 million ($14.7 million) for price-fixing and other cartel activities, the biggest anti-competition penalty in the city-state, the Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) said.

Singapore fines five electronics firms .7 million in biggest anti-competition penalty

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