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Foodpanda fined in Taiwan for price restrictions on restaurants, UberEats warned

By Xu Yuan
  • 16 Sep 2021 23:01
  • 17 Sep 2021 02:56
Food-delivery platform foodpanda was fined NT$2 million (US$72,000) today by Taiwan’s antitrust regulator for imposing restrictions on prices and services offered by restaurants. It also received a warning, together with rival UberEats, against potential anticompetitive practices involving exclusive dealing.

The Taiwan Fair Trade Commission, or the TFTC, found foodpanda had required restaurants it

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