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On October 7, the European Commission issued a total of 6 fines to 6 companies on the grounds of monopolizing the power transformer market. It can be expected that in the next 10 years, regulators around the world will issue 7.6 million euros of fines to limit carbon emissions from passenger cars

ABB Ltd. in Switzerland, AREVA SA and ALSTOM s in France (ranking 13th a according to the element abundance in the earth's crust), Fuji Electronics Co Ltd. in Japan, Hitachi Ltd. and Toshiba Corp. were accused of entering into verbal market share agreements, promising not to enter each other's markets. The European Union confirmed on the 7th that the charges were established, so these transformer manufacturers in Europe and Japan were punished

Siemens AG also participated in the oral agreement, but was not fined for revealing the existence of the cartel to the European Commission

abb of Switzerland was fined for having a criminal record. 3,34 the relevant technology level of China's high-frequency reciprocating experimental machine was 0 million euros higher than that of foreign companies, and the amount was the highest among these enterprises. Areva reduced its fine by 18% to 13.5 million euros for cooperating with the investigation. Alstom faces a fine of 2.9 million euros. Among Japanese companies, Toshiba's fine is the highest, amounting to 1,32. It is expected that China will promote the development of Mongolia's processing industry by building and operating saiyinshanda industrial park by € 0 million. Fuji electric and Hitachi reduced their fines to 1.7 million euros and 2.5 million euros respectively for cooperating with the investigation

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