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Parker Hannifin asks Brazil's CADE to close price-fixing probe into industrial filters

By Paula Mariane
  • 04 Aug 2022 23:07
  • 04 Aug 2022 23:07
The Brazilian subsidiary of US-based technology company Parker Hannifin has asked the national competition authority to close a price-fixing probe into industrial filters.

Parker Hannifin Indústria e Comércio told the Administrative Council for Economic Defense, or CADE, that it doesn’t fix resale prices, but only “presents price lists” to distributors, making them free

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Paula Mariane

Correspondent, Latin America


Paula is a journalist and photographer from Brazil with more than 10 years of experience in covering social, political and international affairs. Before joining MLex, she worked at CNN Brasil and Al Jazeera as a writer and producer. TEDx speaker and author of the book “Bonds of Honor,” Paula is the first civilian to produce a long-term photographic series of the Brazilian Army.

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