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Monopoly Over Imported Gas Abolished
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has abolished the monopoly over imported gas sales held by the state gas company Naftogaz of Ukraine.
Ukraine
13 Nov 2012
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Private Insurance Market Referred By OFT To Competition Commission
On 28 September 2012 the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) announced its decision to make a market investigation reference (MIR) to the Competition Commission with regard to the supply or acquisition of private motor insurance and related goods and services in the UK.
UK
9 Oct 2012
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UOKIK Takes Over Petrolot/PKN Orlen Case From European Commission
For the second time ever, a merger notified to the European Commission has been referred to the Polish Competition Authority (UOKIK) at the parties’ request.
Poland
13 Sep 2012
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Online Hotel Bookings: The OFT Objects
On 31 July 2012 the OFT issued a Statement of Objections (SO) alleging that Booking.com B.V. (Booking.com), Expedia Inc (Expedia), InterContinental Hotels Group plc (IHG) and Hotel Inter-Continental London Limited (ICL) have contravened competition law.
UK
7 Aug 2012
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UOKiK Publishes Guidelines On Commitment Decisions
UOKiK has published the final version of guidelines on commitment decisions, following public consultations which took place in June this year.
Poland
6 Aug 2012
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PKP Cargo Fined For Delaying Compliance With Antitrust Decision
UOKiK imposed a fine of between €140-€500 per day for each of 1,570 days of delay during which the disputed contracts remained in force.
Poland
6 Aug 2012
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ZMPD Fined For Anticompetitive Behaviour
UOKiK, the Polish competition authority, has fined the Association of International Road Transport Carriers (ZMPD) in Poland for abusing a dominant position in the market for distributing TIR carnets.
Poland
2 Aug 2012
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Changes In The Competition Law Procedure In The Czech Republic
The Czech Chamber of Deputies has recently passed a long expected draft of an amendment to the Act on Protection of Competition (the "Act").
Czech Republic
31 Jul 2012
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Market Abuse Across Europe
The new EU Market Abuse Regulation and Directive introducing criminal sanctions for insider dealing and market manipulation (known collectively as MAD II) are currently progressing through the European Legislature.
UK
23 Jul 2012
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Asseco Poland Free To Acquire Sygnity
The acquisition of Sygnity by Asseco Poland has been approved by UOKiK, Poland’s competition authority.
Poland
19 Jul 2012
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Czech Republic: New Business Opportunity Within The Czech Postal Market
In June 2012, a bill to amend the Czech Postal Services Act was finally approved.
Czech Republic
12 Jul 2012
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ECJ Ruling On Refusing Entry To Selective Distribution System
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has issued a ruling confirming that an automotive dealer may refuse dealers entry to its quantitative selective distribution system without publishing its entry criteria, nor need such criteria be objective or implemented in a non-discriminatory manner, although the precise content of such criteria must be verifiable.
UK
2 Jul 2012
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Food Sector Remains A Key Priority For EU Competition Authorities
The European Competition Network (ECN), consisting of the competition authorities of the 27 EU Member States, has published a detailed report setting out the enforcement activities of competition authorities in the food sector.
European Union
20 Jun 2012
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UOKiK Presents Draft Guidelines On Commitment Decisions
UOKiK has published draft guidelines on commitment decisions on its website.
Poland
19 Jun 2012
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Private Motor Insurance Market In Line For Competition Commission Review
The Office of Fair Trading announced that it has provisionally decided to refer the private motor insurance market to the Competition Commission for an in-depth review.
UK
11 Jun 2012
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Competition Law And Shopping Centres
Much has been written recently about the Competition Act and the implications for exclusivity covenants following revocation of the Land Agreements Exclusion Order.
UK
11 Jun 2012
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Bill To Merge OFT And CC Introduced Into Parliament
On 23 May 2012, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) published the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill (the Bill), which was introduced into Parliament on the same day.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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Court Of Appeals Upholds Carrefour Fine
The Court of Appeal has dismissed Carrefour’s final appeal against its fine for not complying with the conditions imposed on its 2007 takeover of Ahold.
Poland
28 May 2012
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Court Rules On First Public Interest Action By The Competition Office
Certain terms and conditions used on a number of property marketing websites have been declared unfair and invalid by the Metropolitan Court, in the first ever public interest action brought by the Hungarian Competition Office.
Hungary
25 May 2012
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Advocate General Would Reject Astrazeneca's Appeal Against Abuse Of Dominance
On 15 May 2012, Advocate General Mazak of the European Court (ECJ) delivered his opinion on AstraZeneca's practices involving anti-ulcer product Losec/omeprazole.
European Union
23 May 2012
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