THE Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) Board of Commissioners has fined Airtel Money and Farm Depot three percent of their respective annual turnovers. In a statement, CCPC Public Relations Officer Rainford Mutabi said the two companies were fined for engaging in anti-competitive business practices. Mutabi said investigations established that Airtel Money had engaged in discriminatory conduct by charging different fees to players in the betting and gaming markets. “The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) Board of Commissioners has fined Airtel Money and Farm Depot three percent of their respective annual turnovers for engaging in anti-competitive business practices. The two companies were fined during the 59th Board of Commissioners meeting on the adjudication of cases held in Lusaka on…...

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