Tag: Cartel Agreements

Russian Suppliers of Narcotic Tests Refused to Compete

Moscow OFAS exposed a cartel formed by the participants of 70 e-auctions for supplying tests for exposing narcotic agents. The total initial maximum contract price was over 115.3 million RUB. Two M...

Cartel Supplying Med Centers Found in Moscow

Moscow OFAS exposed a cartel formed by “Pharmchim” Ltd., “Medpharmchim” Ltd., “Medtekh” Ltd. and “Chimpharm” Ltd. at 8 auctions for supplying reagents and expendable materials for the total initial ma...

Medical Suppliers Cartel Detected in Novosibirsk

Novosibirsk OFAS found that “FITO” Ltd. and “Terra” Ltd. violated Clause 2 Part 1 Article 11 of the Federal Law “On Protection of Competition” The antimonopoly body established that in 2016-2017 “F...

Overprised Medicine Detected in Russia

On 13 March 2019, the Prosecutor’s Office of Yakutia, the Ministry of Interior in the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, and Yakutia OFAS carried out a joint inspection to check whether the law is observed in ...

St Petersburg Medical Cartel Will Come to Trial

Materials on 13 members of the cartel agreement will be forwarded to the law enforcement bodies to open a criminal case. The Commission of St Petersburg OFAS established that actions of 13 companie...

Dagestan Supplying Meds Cartel Revenue Exceeded 2b RUB

The antimonopoly case was opened upon the outcome of inspections in Dagestan. On 4 February 2019, FAS found that “Regionpharma” Ltd., “Globalmedtech” Ltd., “Dagmedtechnika” Ltd. and “Medpharmasnab”...

FAS Russia uncovered a new cartel in public drug procurement

cartel-agreement
The Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation opened the case based on the monitoring of public drug and medical products procurement. 'Axonmed' Ltd., 'Device' Ltd., 'InterMed' Ltd., '...

FAS Russia and Rosfinmonitoring signed a protocol against cartel agreements

fas russia
On 17 August 2018, the Federal Antimonopoly Service and the Federal Financial Monitoring Service signed an Additional Protocol to the Agreement on Information Interaction on exposing cartels.

B. Brown Medical is suspected to be involved in cartel agreement

fas russia
The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) of Russia is suspecting the Russian subsidiary of B. Braun Medical, a German company, to be involved in one of the largest cartel agreements in the sale of medicines