The newest edition of Chambers Europe is out – and it includes lawyers from Doklestic Repic & Gajin.
What marked 2019 in the competition law of North Macedonia?
In a nutshell, what was worth noting in Serbian competition law in 2019?
The Montenegrin national competition authority (NCA) has performed an unannounced inspection (dawn raid) in the market for the sale of motor vehicles. It is investigating two local companies allegedly involved in RPM concerning the sale of motorcycles produced by Peugeot Motorcycles.
Serbia’s national competition authority (NCA) has announced it has issued an infringement decision for bid rigging – based on a leniency application. The bid rigging concerned the supply of Konica Minolta office equipment in the public procurement procedure in Serbia.
Last year, the Serbian national competition authority (NCA) for the first time launched an antitrust probe against a foreign-based entity – Polish sports equipment manufacturer Polanik. Now, the NCA has decided to terminate the investigation, which means that the wait for the first cross-border antitrust fine in Serbia continues.
Just before Easter, the Montenegrin NCA, Agency for Protection of Competition, has announced its most interesting news since the start of the year – it has performed a dawn raid.
What were the major competition law developments in Macedonia (FYROM) during 2018?
What were the most notable developments during 2018 in the competition law of Bosnia and Herzegovina?