We have written recently about an antitrust case in Serbia where the Serbian competition authority uncovered collusion between two largest coffee producers in Serbia, Atlantic Group and Strauss Adriatic. And that case has an interesting follow-up: in parallel with colluding on prices, the two competitors were also discussing a combination whereby Atlantic would take over Strauss. This post is about that merger control aspect of the story, which ended in the transaction being conditionally cleared by the Serbian competition authority.

Read more on our competition blog.


Dr. Dragan Gajin

Dr. Dragan Gajin


  • Competition/Antitrust
  • Corporate, Commercial, M&A
  • Contract Law
  • State Aid
  • Private Enforcement

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