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Unconstitutional Delay

Although two German companies still owe $14 million in fines for participating in a plastic-bag cartel, the European General Court ordered the EU to pay them $53,000 in damages for the five years it took to hear their appeal.

LUXEMBOURG – Although two German companies still owe $14 million in fines for participating in a plastic-bag cartel, the European General Court ordered the EU to pay them $53,000 in damages for the five years it took to hear their appeal.

The court’s ruling was not made available in English by press time.

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