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Valio said the decision to reduce the quota is a good one.

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Valio happy with reduced quota

By Jim Cornall

In 2000, Finland’s Competition and Consumer Agency, or KKV, imposed a milk quota on the dairy cooperative Valio, requiring it to supply its competitors with 185m liters of raw milk or components per year.

Valio said it is disappointed by a €70m fine, but considers the case closed.

Valio hit with €70m fine in Finland

By Jim Cornall

In December, the Supreme Administrative Court of Finland (KHO) fined Valio €70m ($74m) for abusing its dominant market position by selling basic milk at too low a price from 2010-2012 in Finland.

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Nestlé is continuing to strengthen its position in the global ice
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market where it has not been present before now. The Glasskiosken
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