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Five initiated proceedings in just a few weeks by the Serbian Commission for the protection of competition

In the last two months, the Commission initiated several different proceedings, some of which may be seen as milestones in related practice.

The proceedings that have been initiated are 3 gun-jumping cases, one abuse of a dominant position and one case in regard to restrictive agreements. It is necessary to pay attention to these proceedings, because they are not coincidences but rather are commenced due to the Commission’s reasonable suspicion that market participants have acted contrary to the provisions of the Law on the Protection of Competition of Republic of Serbia.

Some of the proceedings that have been initiated could be interpreted as milestone in the Commission practices, and as every other milestone, this one could show in which direction we could expect the Commission to act in future cases.

The cases and the increased activity of the Commission have been presented in the analyses prepared by our Partner Nikola Poznanović, Senior Associate Živko Simijonović and Associate Luka Hajduković.

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