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China to build industrial park in Belgrade's suburb


Serbia and China will do everything to accelerate the start of construction of the Serbian-Chinese industrial park in Borca, a suburb of Belgrade.

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Montenegro: Competition Watchdog to Also Cover State Aid


Apart from antitrust and merger control issues, the Montenegrin Competition Agency will soon also be in charge of State aid control.

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French corporation to run Belgrade airport for next 25 years


PM Ana Brnabic announced on Saturday that the French corporation Vinci Airports was awarded a 25-year concession to run Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport.

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Serbian economy in 2017, in numbers


The overall economic activity in 2017, measured by GDP and expressed at constant prices, was estimated to reach a real growth of 1.9 percent, compared to 2016.

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Bosnia to Change Merger Filing Fees?


Compared to its neighbors, Bosnia and Herzegovina has been known as a jurisdiction with relatively low merger filing fees...

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Serbia: Bid Rigging in a Cafe and Sportswear Price Fixing


As has been the case in previous years, the Serbian Competition Commission used the end of the year to close some of the cases it had been working on...

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Commission Imposed Measure for Protection of Competition


The Commission for Protection of Competition established the infringement of competition and imposed a measure for protection of competition against 15... 

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Merger Control in Serbia: Who Can Challenge Commission Decisions?


Similar to the question who can challenge the Competition Commission’s...

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Serbia: Who Should Have Standing to Challenge Individual Exemption Decisions?


Apart from whether to retain the current notification system of individual exemption...

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Individual Exemption in Serbia: Notification or Self-Assessment? Both!


In the process of the drafting of the new Serbian Competition Act...

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