tiger brand calls for probe

The R99million penalty that Tiger Brands agreed to pay for anti-competitive practices should have been for its baking activities only, the Food and Allied Workers' Union said yesterday. It called, at a media briefing in Cape Town, for competition authorities to launch a full probe into anti-competitive practices in the grain milling and storage industries. - Staff Reporter

The R99million penalty that Tiger Brands agreed to pay for anti-competitive practices should have been for its baking activities only, the Food and Allied Workers' Union said yesterday. It called, at a media briefing in Cape Town, for competition authorities to launch a full probe into anti-competitive practices in the grain milling and storage industries. - Staff Reporter

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