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Charity donation ends cartel proceedings

Investigations against Whirlpool International's president Paulo Periquito and other employees into their involvement in alleged anti-competitive activities by Embraco, have been suspended on the condition they donate to charity.
Brazilian prosecuters will drop all proceedings against the individuals after three years, if the individuals concerned comply with court conditions to donate to a charity and a government fund and periodically reporting to authorities.

The payments were not disclosed but reports suggest it amounts to just over £1 million and eight members of staff were involved.

Reports indicate investigations into Danfoss, Panasonic, ACC and Tecumseh continue.

Last September, Whirlpool's subsidiary Embraco, agreed to pay $56.5 million to end an anti-trust investigation by the Brazilian authorities.

The IOR Annual Conference – a conference on-demand

Delegates to the IOR Annual Conference taking place from 21 to 22 April will get the chance to access the event live and all sessions and recordings for up six months afterwards providing fantastic value and allowing anyone registering for the event ...

  01-Apr-2021

Q-ton delivers low carbon hot water for Citadines Hotel

A London hotel has recently upgraded its hot water generation plant using the Q-ton air-to-water heat pump system from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioning Europe (MHIAE) supplied by Beijer Ref UK and Ireland, the UK’s leading refrigeration ...

  01-Dec-2022

Sanhua Selector Tool - Select the right product

Sanhua Selector offers you suggestions for the selection of refrigeration, heat pump and air-conditioning components based on the user’s requirements or on standard operating conditions in common refrigeration, heat pump and A/C system.
  30-Nov-2022
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