BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU antitrust regulators fined U.S clothing company Guess 40 million euros ($45.3 million) on Monday for illegally blocking cross-border sales in Europe, as one of several companies targeted since a wide-ranging inquiry into e-commerce sales.
The investigation into Guess kicked off in June 2017. The European Commission said the retailer cooperated by providing key evidence and received a 50 percent cut in the fine.
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