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On 16 May 2016, the Serbian Commission for the Protection of Competition (“Commission“) started an in-depth investigation (Phase II)of the proposed acquisition of the sugar factory TE-TO in Senta, Serbia (ultimately...
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The Montenegrin Agency for the Protection of Personal Data and the Free Access to Information (“Agency”) published on 22 March 2016 on its website a decision that deals with data leakage from the police...
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In a decision adopted on 24 March 2016, the Montenegrin Agency for Protection of Competition (“Agency“) found that the local water supply company from Budva “DOO Vodovod i kanalizacija” abused...
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The EU state aid rules are scattered among a number of documents, most of which represent soft law (notices, guidelines and similar documents issued by the European Commission). Harmonization with...
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The new Decree on Attracting Investments*  (“Incentives Decree“) offers to green-field and brown-field investors a new set of incentives in the form of non-repayable grants. Incentives are available in support...
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The Serbian Commission for the Protection of Competition (“Commission“) on 28 January 2016 imposed fines for resale price maintenance (“RPM“) on a supplier of electronic cigarettes and e-liquids, Umbrella Corporation Ltd (“Supplier“),...
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Restrictive agreements i.e. agreements which have as their object or effect the significant prevention, restriction or distortion of competition, can be exempted from the prohibition if they fall within one...
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The European Commission and the US reached a deal on transatlantic transfer of personal data on 2 February 2016. For the time being it is only a political agreement which...
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In October 2015, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) upheld a ruling of the Personal Data Protection Agency (“Agency”) which found unlawful the use of surveillance cameras by the...
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A new decree on the content of merger notification (“Merger Decree“) is effective in Serbia from today, 2 February 2016. Our readers may remember that we blogged on this topic when the...
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