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Vestager: Competitions case against Gazprom is in its last phase

The major issues have been settled on and the competitions case against Russian gas company Gazprom is now in its last phase, says the EU's Competitions Commissioner Margrethe Vestager.

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The EU's competitions case against Russian gas giant Gazprom will soon be finalized. The case has been in progress for five years, although it was officially launched in April 2015.  

The news was announced by EU Competitions Commissioner Margrethe Vestager in a Wednesday press release.

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