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EU: Medvedev attends Gazprom antitrust hearing

 |  December 16, 2015

Gazprom officials argued at an oral hearing today in Brussels that European Union antitrust charges against the Russian company are “groundless and based on significant methodological errors.”

The Gazprom delegation, led by Deputy Chairman Alexander Medvedev, told the European Commission that it was wrong in alleging the company had hurt competition and charged unfair prices for gas in eastern Europe, and especially disagreed with the EU’s conclusions over its “excessive pricing” of gas.

Nevertheless, Gazprom says it is committed to an “open dialogue” and wants to find a “mutually acceptable solution.”

Full content: Interfax

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