Violation Tracker Individual Record
Date:July 14, 2004
Offense Group:competition-related offenses
Primary Offense:price-fixing or anti-competitive practices
Bayer AG, a German manufacturer of rubber chemicals, agreed to plead guilty and pay a $66 million fine for participating in an international conspiracy to fix prices in the rubber chemicals market.
Level of Government:federal
Action Type:agency action
Agency:Justice Department Antitrust Division
Civil or Criminal Case:criminal
HQ Country of Parent:Germany
Ownership Structure of Parent:publicly traded
Major Industry of Parent:chemicals
Specific Industry of Parent:chemicals
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