The Macedonian Competition Authority adopts the fining guidelines under the new Law on protection of competition

On 13 November 2010 the new Macedonian Law on Protection of Competition [1] has entered into force replacing the preceding Law [2] that has been in force since 2005 [3]. The new law introduced a number of substantive and procedural changes that have been aimed at harmonizing the Macedonian competition law with the EU standards and increasing the efficiency of antitrust enforcement carried out by the Macedonian Competition Authority (KZK) [4]. The new Law enhanced the sanctioning powers of the KZK by regulating the direct imposition of fines on the undertakings found in violation of competition rules. On 12 January 2011 the KZK released the Fining Guidelines [5] elaborating on the

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Macedonian Competition Authority adopts the fining guidelines under the new Law on protection of competition, 12 January 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2011, Art. N° 34778

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