MyCC to table findings on chicken cartel probe on Monday

A unique group set up by the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) will introduce the discoveries of its examination concerning claims of hostile to cutthroat direct in the country’s poultry industry on Monday.

Homegrown exchange and customer undertakings serve Alexander Nanta Linggi said the extraordinary group would present the discoveries to individuals from the commission, which goes about as a semi legal body that has the ability to conclude whether there is an infringement of Section 4 of the Competition Act 2010.

“Today, I was educated by MyCC (that) they have finished the examination and will introduce the discoveries,” he said in the wake of partaking in the Op Anti-Sorok at a grocery store here.

The unique group was set up toward the beginning of February to examine charges of hostile to cutthroat direct, including hostile to serious arrangements or potentially maltreatment of a predominant situation in the market that could cause an expansion in the costs of products on the lookout.

It started examinations on all poultry industry players all through the nation, covering upstream and downstream exercises.

On Op Anti-Sorok, Nanta said it was carried out to check the accumulating of controlled products following the public authority’s declaration to drift the costs of specific merchandise, for example, chicken, chicken eggs and packaged cooking oil compelling July 1.

He said the activity was additionally to guarantee that industry players and merchants of controlled merchandise were dependably mindful of their obligations in guaranteeing sufficient stockpile on the lookout.

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