Drug manufacturer AbbVie will not force hospitals to purchase exclusively or to a large extent from AbbVie through discount schemes. ACM has closed its investigation into AbbVie and anti-rheumatic drug Humira.
ACM: investment plans of system operators demonstrate shortage of transport capacity due to growing demand23-09-2020
Starting in 2020, ACM assesses the investment plans that system operators of the electricity grids and gas networks are required to draw up every two years. In these plans, it is explained what investments in the networks are needed in order to meet future demand for energy.
The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has drawn up rules of thumb for sustainability claims that businesses use when selling their products and services.
The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) is conducting an investigation into a possible cartel in the home-decor sector.
ACM is calling on telecom operators to increase comparability of consumer information about mobile plans17-09-2020
Consumers who wish to take out new mobile plans sometimes have a hard time comparing information from different providers. That is one of the conclusions of ACM in a study among consumers into their behavior on the Dutch telecom market.
ACM has reprimanded online retailer bol.com, urging them to inform consumers clearly about who the seller is of a product or service. That has not always been entirely clear.
Heat supplier DeeneD cannot charge heat consumers periodic connection fees. This has been laid down by ACM in a binding instruction.
ACM wishes to gain more insight into the functioning of the markets for hospital information systems, and into the digital exchange of information within health care. Consulting firm KPMG will carry out a market study first.