Buenos Aires, January 28. Approximately $ 10 compensation for colluding on the price of toilet paper will get every adult resident of Chile. To pay money to senior citizens has agreed in the company CMPC.
As reported by TASS, the manufacturer of one of the most popular items to spend on compensation of about $ 150 million. According to the company, "this agreement will cover the damage and is a major step on the long path returning consumer confidence".
According to the National service for the protection of consumers, Chilean citizens from price collusion "for more than 10 years overpaid for basic consumer goods".
In the end, every citizen over the age of 18 will receive 7 thousand pesos, or about $ 10. Under this scenario, a family consisting of 3-4 people will receive from 21 to 28 thousand pesos..
Washington, January 28.