Serbia’s national competition authority (NCA), the Commission for Protection of Competition, has issued a guidance clarifying some of the main elements of the Serbian merger control regime.
For more than two years already, a new Serbian Competition Act has been brewing. Now, a draft of the new legislation has been published. If adopted, what changes will it bring to Serbian competition law?
What are the basic rules governing merger filing in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia (FYROM)? Here they are, in five short questions and answers: