In February we reported on how a member of a maritime carrier cartel had saved itself a €200m fine under the EU’s leniency procedure. Showing the continued and valuable use of the leniency procedure, on 21 March 2018 it was reported by the Commission how a member of a Japanese aluminium and tantalum electrolytic capacitor cartel had saved itself a fine of €32m by again using the procedure. Capacitors are electrical components that store energy electrostatically in an electric field, –Read More–