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The Montenegrin Agency for Protection of Competition announced on 22 March 2017 that it had carried out a dawn raid at the premises of a...
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On 10 January 2017 the European Commission issued its proposal of ePrivacy Regulation (“ePrivacy Regulation”), laying down rules for the protection of privacy and personal data within...
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On 21 December 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) issued another remarkable ruling on data retention (Joined Cases C-203/15 (Tele2 Sverige...
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Last September, the European Commission issued its proposal for a Directive establishing the European Electronic Communications Code(“ECC”). The ECC aims at updating EU’s regulatory framework for...
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With the aim of enticing new investments, the Government of Serbia has enacted a new, more generous, decree on investment incentives.1 The most significant novelties are...
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While Belgrade was falling into the Christmas festive spirit, the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition (“Commission“) was busy in the last months of 2016...
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The National Assembly of Serbia has recently passed the amendments to the Criminal Code. One of the amendments revamps the provisions on criminalization of cartels....
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The aftermarket for motor vehicles (i.e., distribution of spare parts, and provision of repair and maintenance services) is still not subject to sector-specific competition rules,...
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In mid-October Serbian press widely reported about the direct marketing of breast milk substitutes to women who recently gave birth. The media were abuzz with...
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