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The Antimonopoly Committee Of Ukraine Issues Guidelines On The Assessment Of Non-Horizontal Mergers
The above criteria should be applied on a case-by-case basis and the Guidelines establish specific guidance on how the cited criteria should apply in case of a simplified merger notification.
Ukraine
27 Apr 2018
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Slovenia Broadband Proposes New Corrective Measure
The competition authority is currently carrying out a market test of the proposed remedies.
Slovenia
27 Apr 2018
3
The Slovenian Administrative Court Upholds The Findings Of The Competition Authority
The administrative court upheld all of the findings of the competition authority.
Slovenia
27 Apr 2018
4
Commission To Investigate In-Depth The New Commitments Proposed By Slovenia For Nova Ljubljanska Banka D.D.
One of the key commitments was a sale of its 75%-1 share in NLB by 2017.
Slovenia
27 Apr 2018
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Inspection In The Construction Industry
Bid rigging is considered as one of the most serious forms of competition law infringement.
Slovakia
27 Apr 2018
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Bratislava Airport Fined For Abusing Its Dominant Market Position
In July 2016, Bratislava Airport introduced a fee amounting to EUR 49 ex. VAT for "VIP services" provided at the general aviation terminal.
Slovakia
27 Apr 2018
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Proposal Of A New Law On Protection Of Competition
The existing exceptions to the notion of a "concentration" shall be amended in a way that, for example, the acquisitions by investment funds can no longer benefit from the exception.
Serbia
26 Apr 2018
8
Results Of 4 Sectoral Analyses Published
The focus of the SCC's sectoral analysis for 2016 was on relations between competitors in the retail market for oil derivatives.
Serbia
26 Apr 2018
9
Investigation Into Tender For Maintenance Services Of Rolling Stock Exposed Bid Rigging Agreements
Within its long standing efforts to minimize bid rigging behavior, the SCC fined four local companies active in the field of maintenance and repair of rolling stock.
Serbia
26 Apr 2018
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Conditional Clearance In The Yeast Markets
The clearance decision was made conditional upon several reporting commitments and behavioral remedies.
Serbia
26 Apr 2018
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The RCC Started An Investigation Over Suspected Bid-Rigging In Public Tenders
The contract was consequently granted to the second ranked bidder, for a significantly higher price.
Romania
26 Apr 2018
12
The RCC Issues A Sanctioning Decision Against Two Local Notaries Public Bodies And Their Members
The Romanian Competition Council recently sanctioned two local notary public bodies and their members with fines amounting to approximately EUR 600,000 for price fixing agreements.
Romania
26 Apr 2018
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The Romanian Competition Council Implements A Big-Data Software System Aimed At Identifying Bid Rigging Cases
Once implemented, the system will allow the RCC to analyse high data volumes significantly quicker.
Romania
26 Apr 2018
14
Potential Merger Of State-Owned Companies In Refineries Market
The high turnover figures involved trigger the Commission's jurisdiction.
Poland
26 Apr 2018
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European Commission Conditionally Approves Discovery's Acquisition Of Scripps; Rejects Referral Request By Polish NCA
The European Commission approved the acquisition of Scripps Network Interactive by Discovery Communications, subject to certain behavioural commitments undertaken in relation to Poland.
Poland
26 Apr 2018
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Stricter Rules On Limitation In Competition Law Introduced In Hungary
The investigation resulted in a finding of infringement and all the investigated undertakings were fined.
Hungary
26 Apr 2018
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European Commission Approved Two Measures In Favour Of The Czech Post
In February, the European Commission has positively decided in two cases regarding state support for the Czech Post.
Czech Republic
25 Apr 2018
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Act On The Prohibition Of Unfair Trading Practices In The Food Supply Chain Comes Into Force
The Act penalises four groups of infringements, with fines for material breach ranging up to HRK 5 million and up to HRK 100,000 for procedural infringements.
Croatia
25 Apr 2018
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Croatian Constitutional Court Makes Proving Cartel Agreements More Difficult
This ruling of the Croatian Constitutional Court sheds new and unconventional light on the standard of proof that CCA has to meet in order to fine undertakings
Croatia
25 Apr 2018
20
The Private Damages Directive Implemented Into Bulgarian Law
Other key points concern the collection of evidence enabling the court to order the parties or a third party to disclose evidence which is within their control.
Bulgaria
24 Apr 2018
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