Gazprom avoids fine but must follow EU antitrust regulations

The EU Commissioner for Competition Magrethe Vestager has compelled Gazprom to abide by EU antitrust regulations. In exchange, the company is off the hook for a fine for billions of euros.

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Russian gas company Gazprom must henceforth respect the EU's antitrust regulations, so gas can flow freely to Central and Eastern Europe at competitive prices – or else.

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