CCS fines bus operators for price-fixing.

Bus travellers to Malaysia and Thailand must have cheered at news that 16 bus operators have been slapped with a $1.7 million fine for price-fixing by the Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS).

CCS has made the point very clearly that a business association fixing prices for its members is contravening the law. For them to claim ignorance of the law is absurd and laughable.

CCS’s crackdown has received widespread coverage in the media and public approval.

CCS should now have the coffee shops and their associations in its cross hairs.

CCS should publicise its contact details to enable the public to provide it with feedback.

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