EU Commission says glass raids not outside Europe


BRUSSELS, Feb 24 (Reuters) - The European Commission's raid of glass makers on suspicion of price-fixing did not extend to firms outside Europe, a spokesman for the European Union executive said on Thursday. "At this stage I am not aware of any one-the-spot investigations taking place outside Europe," spokesman Jonathan Todd told a daily briefing. The EU executive said earlier it and local officials raided glass makers in six European countries this week on suspicion of acting as a ...

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