What you need to know about the largest competition law fine in South Africa to date

Over the past 16 years there have been various competition law cases pending against Arcelor-Mittal (Mittal).

In order to bring these cases to finality, Mittal has reached a settlement agreement with the Competition Commission to pay an eye-watering and record-breaking R1.5billion fine (payable in annual installments over the next 5 years) for its involvement in cartel conduct.  The fine (together with other remedies) is significant and represents the largest fine paid by a single firm to date for anti-competitive conduct. Read more