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The French Competition Authority (FCA) fined French-based Altice group and its telecommunications subsidiary SFR 80 million euros for the coordination of their commercial behaviour in the period between the acceptance of Altice's purchase offer of SFR and the FCA's merger clearance decision.

This is the highest fine ever imposed by a competition authority on companies for gun-jumping, namely the early implementation of a merger prior to its clearance in accordance with merger control rules.


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