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February 24, 1998 | From Associated Press
Attacking what it calls a conspiracy to raise the price of a steelmaking component faster than inflation, the Justice Department won agreement from a Japanese company's U.S. subsidiary to plead guilty and pay $29 million, the fourth-largest criminal fine in antitrust history. Ridgeville, S.C.-based Showa Denko Carbon Inc. agreed Monday to plead guilty to a scheme to raise and fix prices for graphite electrodes used as a heat source in steel mini-mills.
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February 24, 1998 | From Associated Press
Attacking what it calls a conspiracy to raise the price of a steelmaking component faster than inflation, the Justice Department won agreement from a Japanese company's U.S. subsidiary to plead guilty and pay $29 million, the fourth-largest criminal fine in antitrust history. Ridgeville, S.C.-based Showa Denko Carbon Inc. agreed Monday to plead guilty to a scheme to raise and fix prices for graphite electrodes used as a heat source in steel mini-mills.
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