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Greece’s main power producer receives EU antitrust charges over prices

By Nicholas Hirst
  • 07 Feb 2024 10:45
  • 07 Feb 2024 10:45
Greece's Public Power Corporation has been formally charged with breaching EU antitrust rules by the bloc’s competition watchdog. 
The European Commission said today (see here) that it had formally accused the power producer of selling electricity below cost to drive out rivals, in an escalation of a long-running inquiry. 


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Nicholas Hirst

Chief Correspondent

Nicholas covers EU merger review and antitrust investigations for Mlex in Brussels. He previously wrote about EU affairs for Politico Europe, European Voice and PaRR. After earning an LLM in European law from the College of Europe in Bruges, he spent a year working in the competition practice of a leading competition law firm in Brussels 2009-10. He graduated in modern European languages from Oxford University in 2006.

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