Argentina fines price-fixing clinics

The CNDC hopes its fines will act as a deterrent.

The CNDC hopes its fines will act as a deterrent. (Credit: istock.com/alvarez)

Argentina's competition watchdog has handed down more than US$1 million in fines to 15 health clinics and a local trade association for forming a price-fixing cartel. By Charles McConnell

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