Merger Control in Serbia: Who Can Challenge Commission Decisions?27.11.2017.
Similar to the question who can challenge the Competition Commission’s...Read more
Serbia: Who Should Have Standing to Challenge Individual Exemption Decisions?20.11.2017.
Apart from whether to retain the current notification system of individual exemption...Read more
Individual Exemption in Serbia: Notification or Self-Assessment? Both!16.11.2017.
In the process of the drafting of the new Serbian Competition Act...Read more
Serbia is soon to get a new Competition Act09.11.2017.
Serbia is soon to get a new Competition Act, and while it’s uncertain which parts of the current law will be reformed...Read more
Serbian Commission Imposes a Fine for Excessive Pricing03.11.2017.
The Serbian Competition Commission seems to want to get as many cases off the table as possible before the year’s end...Read more
Serbia: Investment Incentives and State Aid01.11.2017.
State subsidies for direct investments represent one of the main reasons why foreign investors come to Serbia...Read more
Serbia’s First Competition Law Association Formed in Belgrade23.10.2017.
On Friday, Serbia got its first competition law association – the Serbian Competition Law Section.Read more
Serbia: First Phase II Merger Probe of 201718.10.2017.
By a decision dated 10 October 2017, the Serbian Competition Commission has launched its first Phase II merger probe of 2017. The examined transaction pertains to the planned acquisition of a Serbian yeast producer...Read more
Serbian Commission Launches Discriminatory Pricing Probe11.10.2017.
The Serbian Competition Commission has continued with a high level of enforcement activity, this time by launching an abuse of dominance investigation against the
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Antitrust: Commission fines Scania €88028.09.2017.
The European Commission has found that Scania broke EU antitrust rules. It colluded for 14 years with five other truck manufacturers on truck pricing...Read more