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Bulgaria’s anti-monopoly watchdog raided the offices of two fuel retailers as part of an investigation into the country’s only oil refinery and seven fuel retailers for possible cartel agreements to fix prices of petrol and diesel.
“The Commission for Protection of Competition raided several offices of Lukoil and Rompetrol in the capital Sofia,” the commission’s spokesman said on Wednesday. “Our goal is to try to collect as much evidence as possible.”
Rompetrol declined to comment on an ongoing investigation. A spokeswoman for Lukoil’s Bulgarian unit said the company was fully cooperating with the anti-monopoly commission.
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