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September 22 (SeeNews) - Romania's anti-trust authority, the Competition Council, said on Friday that it has conducted checks at several companies owned by the Romanian arm of Italian energy group Enel for possible abuse of dominant position in areas.
The anti-trust body had indications that the distribution operators within the group are restricting competition on the market by favouring their own electricity suppliers, it said in a press release.
Inspections were carried out at the offices and business premises of E-Distributie Muntenia, E-Distributie Banat, E-Distributie Dobrogea, Enel Energie and Enel Energie Muntenia in the cities of Bucharest, Constanta, and Timisoara.
Earlier this year, Greek utility Public Power Corporation (PPC) completed the acquisition of Italian energy group Enel's assets in Romania in September, a transaction worth some 1.26 billion euro ($1.34 billion).
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