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Competition
After several years of announcements, the new Montenegrin Law on the Protection of Competition has been recently enacted and will come into force on 9 October 2012. The most significant...
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In a highly controversial decision rendered on 24 January 2011 (“2011 Decision”), the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition (“Commission”) fined two Serbian dairies owned by Danube Foods Group (Imlek...
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Тhree days after issuing a highly controversial decision imposing fines on two Serbian dairies for a conduct established under the previous legislation when the Commission did not have the authority...
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The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (“UNCTAD”) has published its report on Voluntary Peer Review of Competition Policy in Serbia. Apart from analyzing the current state of the competition...
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Even though the Serbian competition protection legislation has contained prohibition of both vertical and horizontal restrictive agreements since 2005, until recently there had been no regulation on block exemptions. As...
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As BDK reported in Newsletter 7/2009, the current Law on Protection of Competition that came into force in July 2009 significantly boosts the powers of the Serbian Commission for Protection...
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The new Serbian Competition Law (“Law”) will come into force on 22 July 2009. The two most important changes from the previous competition legislation pertain to the relaxing of the...
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Amendments to the Labor Law In hope of forestalling the rise of unemployment rate in Serbia, the National Assembly of Serbia adopted an amendment to the Labor Law dealing with...
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The new Serbian Law on Protection of Competition (“Law”) applies to all proceedings initiated after 1 November 2009. The Decree on the criteria for determining the relevant market (“Relevant Market...
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