The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition decides that because State Educational Institutes do not fall within the definition of an “undertaking”, it lacks the competence to examine a complaint against it (Union of private institutes)

Factual Background A complaint was lodged on 05/10/2005 by the Union of Private Institutes, before the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition against the State Educational Institutes concerning antitrust practices. More specifically the Union of Private Institutes complained that the State Educational Institutes implements unacceptable means in order to attract students, by way of advertisement, daily press and leaflets to students attending state schools. The Union of Private Institutes further alleged that the

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Ramona Livera, The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition decides that because State Educational Institutes do not fall within the definition of an “undertaking”, it lacks the competence to examine a complaint against it (Union of private institutes), 4 May 2009, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2009, Art. N° 26650

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