Conadecus demands damages in Chicken Collusion case: “A verifiable solution was found” | Group programs could be worse

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 Conadecus demands damages in Chicken Collusion case: “A verifiable solution was found” |  Group programs could be worse

Today, Tuesday, it was announced that the National Consumer Service (Sernac) reported that, together with the consumer association Conadecus, they have reached a legal settlement with the supermarket chain SMU (Unimarc, Mayorista 10, Alvi) over the chicken arrangement.

The measures include $13,600 in compensation for Basic Solidarity Invalidity Pension beneficiaries. To talk about this and other topics, we at Could It Be Another Thing spoke with Hernán Calderón, President of Conadecus.

Hernán explains how this agreement came about: “This is diffuse interest. This concept arises when I can identify the damage but not the people. In this case, since we have no way to distribute it to people, we are looking for vulnerable groups so that a conciliatory agreement can be reached.”

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Regarding the non-inclusion of Cencosud and Walmart in this agreement, it is noted that “they were not available to reach an agreement on this act of collusion.” “This has been ratified by all instances and all decisions have already been taken.”

When asked why this agreement came about and not another that benefited more people, he replied: “We had to wait ten years for the Supreme Court to decide.” A solution was found that does not indicate the total amount of damage, but is verifiable.”

Today, Tuesday, it was announced that the National Consumer Service (Sernac) reported that, together with the consumer association Conadecus, they have reached a legal settlement with the supermarket chain SMU (Unimarc, Mayorista 10, Alvi) over the chicken arrangement.

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The measures include $13,600 in compensation for Basic Solidarity Invalidity Pension beneficiaries. To talk about this and other topics, we at Could It Be Another Thing spoke with Hernán Calderón, President of Conadecus.

Hernán explains how this agreement came about: “This is diffuse interest. This concept arises when I can identify the damage but not the people. In this case, since we have no way to distribute it to people, we are looking for vulnerable groups so that a conciliatory agreement can be reached.”

Regarding the non-inclusion of Cencosud and Walmart in this agreement, it is noted that “they were not available to reach an agreement on this act of collusion.” “This has been ratified by all instances and all decisions have already been taken.”

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When asked why this agreement came about and not another that benefited more people, he replied: “We had to wait ten years for the Supreme Court to decide.” A solution was found that does not indicate the total amount of damage, but is verifiable.”