The newsletter for July is out! Read about the latest competition law developments in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia (FYROM).
In this summer edition of the newsletter, we focus on State aid, with texts on how the UK can learn from Serbia’s experience in the field of State aid control and a recent decision of the Serbian State aid authority finding that the conversion of land use rights to ownership did not amount to State aid. In the area of antitrust, the highlight is another hint that Serbia is about to switch to self-assessment of restrictive agreements.
We also turn again to some of the most interesting articles about Bosnian competition law, such as about Bosnia’s system of quasi-private antitrust enforcement and an ethnic veto in the country’s competition system.
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