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10Feb94 NETHERLANDS: DUTCH MOVE OPENS DOORS FOR UK FIRMS.

The Dutch government is due to drive the final nail into the coffin of the nation's building industry cartel this summer - opening the £20 billion-a-year market to British firms.Yvonne van Rooy, the economic affairs minister, said agreements on market sharing and allocating tenders would be banned from June 1.The announcement made in the Dutch official journal Staatblad last week follows the ban imposed on price-fixing agreements introduced last year.The bans cut across all industries, ...

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